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	<h1 id="title">Dr. Arthur Scherbius</h1>
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		<p>He was born on 30 October 1878 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.</p>
		<p>In March 1903 he finished his electrical engineering studies. A year after, he completed a dissertation titled <q>Proposal 
for the Construction of an Indirect Water Turbine Governor</q>, and was awarded a doctorate in engineering (Dr.-Eng.).</p> 
		<p>Scherbius subsequently worked for a number of electrical firms in Germany and Switzerland. In 1918, he founded the firm of 
<strong>Scherbius & Ritter</strong>. He made a number of inventions, e.g. asynchronous motors, electric pillows and ceramic heating 
parts; his research contributions led to his name being associated with the Scherbius principle for asynchronous motors.</p>
		<p>Scherbius applied for a patent (filed 23 February 1918) for a cipher machine based on rotating wired wheels, what is now 
known as a rotor machine.</p>
		<p>The most famous of his inventions was <q title="a Greek word for riddle">Enigma</q>, which purpose was to encrypt messages. 
His Enigma provided the German Army with the <strong>strongest cryptographic cipher</strong> of the world and the military conversation 
of the Germans was optimally protected during <strong>World War II</strong>. Scherbius however couldn't experience the success of his 
machine.</p> 
		<p>He died in a horse carriage accident on 13 May 1929.</p>
		<p>In <q>Turing’s Cathedral</q> by George Dyson it is noted that <q>…a cryptographic machine had been invented by the German 
electrical engineer Arthur Scherbius, who proposed it to the German navy, an offer that was declined. Scherbius then founded the 
Chiffriermaschinen Aktiengesellschaft to manufacture the machine, under the brand name Enigma, for enciphering commercial 
communications, such as transfers between banks. The German navy changed its mind and adopted a modified version of the Enigma
machine in 1926, followed by the German army in 1928, and the German air force in 1935</q>. <sup>[1]</sup></p>
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	<p style="text-align:right;">More about this article you can read at 
<a id="tribute-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Scherbius" target="_blank">wikipedia.org</a></p>
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