ließ 90 Stahlstifte in drei Bomben ein und verübte damit einen Anschlag auf die Mannschaft von Borussia Dortmund. Über einen Täter, der sich nicht um seine. Der Jährige, der vergangenen Freitag in Tübingen festgenommen wurde, bestreitet, den Bomben-Anschlag auf den BVB begangen zu haben. Das erklärte. Bombenfund am BVB-Trainingszentrum: Blindgänger ist kontrolliert gezündet. Liveticker. Im Bereich Hohenbuschei ist ein Kilogramm-.
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On 11 April , the tour bus of the German football team Borussia Dortmund was attacked with roadside bombs in Dortmund , Germany. Three bombs exploded as the bus ferried the team to the Westfalenstadion for the first leg of their quarter-final against Monaco in the UEFA Champions League.
One of the team's players, Marc Bartra , and a policeman was wounded, but the strengthened windows of the bus prevented casualties.
On 21 April , German police arrested a man on suspicion of planting bombs to drive down the Borussia Dortmund share price and profit by put warrants he bought prior to the attack.
The team bus of Borussia Dortmund was attacked with three homemade pipe bombs while on its way to Westfalenstadion in Dortmund.
The bombs were hidden in hedges by the roadside and detonated at around local time UTC. Based on the type of detonator and explosive involved, German authorities assume "terrorist involvement".
At the time, the bus was on its way to the first leg of Borussia Dortmund's —17 UEFA Champions League quarter-final against Monaco at the Signal Iduna Park ; the match was rescheduled for the following day, which they lost The German police and state lawyers treated the bombing as attempted murder and a planned attack on Borussia Dortmund.
There were three claims of responsibility: one left at the scene claiming an Islamist motive, one posted on the internet claiming an 'anti-fascist' motive   which was deemed to be fake ,  and one later sent to a newspaper claiming a far-right motive.
The German Federal Prosecutor's Office initially called the attack an act of terrorism with possible Islamist involvement. There were three differing claims of responsibility.
The first claim was found in three identical letters left at the scene. It threatened further attacks on non-Muslim celebrities in Germany unless the demands are met.
Unlike previous video claims of responsibility, the letters directly addressed the German chancellor and had no religious justifications, ISIS logo, or signature.
Another claim was posted on the left-wing, open-publishing website IndyMedia. Initially there were claims that the Borussia Dortmund supporter's groups were infiltrated by neo-Nazi sympathizers which in the beginning, people believed could have led to the terrorist attacks.
It said the attack was committed because Borussia Dortmund did not do enough against racists and Nazis, who are believed to have some involvement in the club's supporter groups.
A few days later, a third claim of responsibility was sent to the newspaper Der Tagesspiegel , which hinted at a far-right motive.
The anonymous e-mail praised Adolf Hitler and attacked multiculturalism , adding that the attack was a "last warning". In the initial stage of the investigation, the police identified two suspects and arrested one of them.
The apartments of both suspects were searched for clues. On 21 April , the federal prosecutor announced that it had arrested a year-old German-Russian citizen, identified as Sergej Wenergold, on suspicion of fold attempted murder, bringing about an illegal detonation of explosives, and aggravated battery.
The man had been staying at the Borussia team hotel. He planted explosives along the road where the team bus would later leave to the stadium.
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Alan Turing designed the British bombe on a more general principle, the assumption of the presence of text, called a crib , that cryptanalysts could predict was likely to be present at a defined point in the message.
This technique is termed a known plaintext attack and had been used to a limited extent by the Poles, e. Each machine was about 7 feet 2.
The drums were in three groups of 12 triplets. Each triplet, arranged vertically, corresponded to the three rotors of an Enigma scrambler.
The bombe drums' input and output contacts went to cable connectors, allowing the bombe to be wired up according to the menu. The 'fast' drum rotated at a speed of The first bombe was named "Victory".
It was installed in "Hut 1" at Bletchley Park on 18 March It was based on Turing's original design and so lacked a diagonal board. During , messages were broken on the two machines, nearly all successfully.
Because of the danger of bombes at Bletchley Park being lost if there were to be a bombing raid, bombe outstations  were established, at Adstock , Gayhurst and Wavendon , all in Buckinghamshire.
When Gayhurst became operational there were a total of 40 to 46 bombes, and it was expected that the total would increase to about 70 bombes run by some Wrens Women's Royal Naval Service.
But in with the introduction of the naval four-rotor Enigma, "far more than seventy bombes" would be needed. New outstations were established at Stanmore and Eastcote , and the Wavendon and Adstock bombes were moved to them, though the Gayhurst site was retained.
The few bombes left at Bletchley Park were used for demonstration and training purposes only. Sergeant Jones was given the overall responsibility for Bombe maintenance by Edward Travis.
Later Squadron Leader and not to be confused with Eric Jones , he was one of the original bombe maintenance engineers, and experienced in BTM techniques.
Welchman said that later in the war when other people tried to maintain them, they realised how lucky they were to have him.
About 15 million delicate wire brushes on the drums had to make reliable contact with the terminals on the template. There were brushes per drum, drums per bombe, and ultimately around bombes.
The surviving bombes were put to work, possibly on Eastern bloc ciphers. Smith cites the official history of the bombe as saying that "some of these machines were to be stored away but others were required to run new jobs and sixteen machines were kept comparatively busy on menus.
A program was initiated by Bletchley Park to design much faster bombes that could decrypt the four-rotor system in a reasonable time.
There were two streams of development. Initial delivery was scheduled for August or September After considerable internal rivalry and dispute, Gordon Welchman by then, Bletchley Park's Assistant Director for mechanisation was forced to step in to resolve the situation.
Ultimately, Cobra proved unreliable and Mammoth went into full-scale production. Unlike the situation at Bletchley Park, the United States armed services did not share a combined cryptanalytical service.
Despite some worthwhile collaboration amongst the cryptanalysts, their superiors took some time to achieve a trusting relationship in which both British and American bombes were used to mutual benefit.
There was complete cooperation. We went everywhere, including Hut 6. We watched the entire operation and had all the techniques explained in great detail.
We were thoroughly briefed on the latest techniques in the solution of Enigma and the operations of the bombes.
We had ample opportunity to take as many notes as we wanted and to watch first hand all operations involved. The main response to the Four-rotor Enigma was the US Navy bombe, which was manufactured in much less constrained facilities than were available in wartime Britain.
The urgent need, doubts about the British engineering workload and slow progress, prompted the US to start investigating designs for a Navy bombe, based on the full blueprints and wiring diagrams received by US Naval Lieutenants Robert Ely and Joseph Eachus at Bletchley Park in July An all electronic solution to the problem of a fast bombe was considered,  but rejected for pragmatic reasons, and a contract was let with the National Cash Register Corporation NCR in Dayton, Ohio.
Alan Turing , who had written a memorandum to OPG probably in ,  was seconded to the British Joint Staff Mission in Washington in December , because of his exceptionally wide knowledge about the bombes and the methods of their use.
He was asked to look at the bombes that were being built by NCR and at the security of certain speech cipher equipment under development at Bell Labs.
He was able to show that it was not necessary to build Bombes, one for each possible rotor order, by utilising techniques such as Banburismus.
They had eight Enigma-equivalents on the front and eight on the back. The fast drum rotated at 1, rpm , 34 times the speed of the early British bombes.
When a 'stop' was found  the machine over-ran as it slowed, reversed to the position found and printed it out before restarting. The running time for a 4-rotor run was about 20 minutes, and for a 3-rotor run, about 50 seconds.
The first machine was completed and tested on 3 May By 22 June, the first two machines, called 'Adam' and 'Eve' broke a particularly difficult German naval cipher, the Offizier settings for 9 and 10 June.
The American bombe was in its essentials the same as the English bombe though it functioned rather better as they were not handicapped by having to make it, as Keen was forced to do owing to production difficulties, on the framework of a 3 wheel machine.
By late autumn  new American machines were coming into action at the rate of about 2 a week, the ultimate total being in the region of These bombes were faster, and soon more available, than the British bombes at Bletchley Park and its outstations.
Consequently, they were put to use for Hut 6 as well as Hut 8 work. When the Americans began to turn out bombes in large numbers there was a constant interchange of signal - cribs, keys, message texts, cryptographic chat and so on.
This all went by cable being first encyphered on the combined Anglo-American cypher machine, C. Most of the cribs being of operational urgency rapid and efficient communication was essential and a high standard was reached on this; an emergency priority signal consisting of a long crib with crib and message text repeated as a safeguard against corruption would take under an hour from the time we began to write the signal out in Hut 8 to the completion of its decyphering in Op.
As a result of this we were able to use the Op. VIII para. Production was stopped in September after bombes had been made.
Jack Ingram, former Curator of the museum, describes being told of the existence of a second bombe and searching for it but not finding it whole.
Whether it remains in storage in pieces, waiting to be discovered, or no longer exists, is unknown. The contract for its creation was signed with Bell Labs on 30 September It was known as "" or "Madame X".
It could, however, handle one problem that the bombes with drums could not. There were 12 control stations which could allocate any of the Enigma-equivalents into the desired configuration by means of plugboards.
Rotor order changes did not require the mechanical process of changing drums, but was achieved in about half a minute by means of push buttons.
In March it won an Engineering Heritage Award. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the decryption device used at Bletchley Park.
For the earlier Polish decryption device, see Bomba cryptography. For other uses, see Bombe disambiguation.
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