Before the war, the military version of the German Enigma was derived from a commercial type, which proved difficult to sell to the public. “The Glow-Lamp” Ciphering and Deciphering Machine – Enigma, was exhibited in 1923 during The International Congress of Postal Union’ in Berlin. The Enigma machine became a major influence on the outcome of the II World War.
The centenary of the outbreak of the First World War is intertwined with the history of the Polish Legions - divisions of the Polish military who took part in the battles of 1914-1918. This was made possible by the First Cadre Division assembled in Krakow in 1914 by Jozef Pilsudski.
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