Anti-Nazi Code-Cracking Machine Rebuilt, Even With the Original Diagrams Being Used For Toilet Paper(via @Gizmodo)

Despite there being no original parts left of the Tunny machine post-WWII, a crack-team of British computer boffins were able to rebuild the code-cracking machine, which played a huge part in intercepting Hitler’s commands. It took six years, but finally the National Museum of Computing has a…