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Fritz Menzer
Inventor and cryptologist - this page is a stub

Ostwin Fritz Menzer (6 April 1908 - 25 October 2005) was a German cryptologist, who worked before and during World War II (WWII) for the Wehrmacht signals intelligence agency (7/VI), the cipher bureau of the German High Command (OKW/Chi) and the military intelligence service of the Wehrmacht (Abwehr). He was involved in the development and production of cryptographic devices and methods, like the SG-41, as well as the security control of their own devices [1].


Inventions
Media coverage
  1. Fritz Menzer, a scret life
    Selection of YouTube videos by Deutsches Museum.
    16 January 2024.
Literature
  1. Carola Dahlke & Robert Jahn, The Making of Fritz Menzer - A Secret Life
    Deutsches Museum, Undated (2023).
References
  1. Wikipedia, Fritz Menzer
    Visited 22 September 2023.
     German version
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