Berlin, 1938: Hitler's engineers develop "Enigma," a machine that will encrypt messages so they're impossible to decode.
June, 1940: Germany has occupied Belgium and France. At Bletchley Park in England, a young Belgian scientist and mushroom expert, the Count of Champignac, is hired to try to break the Enigma code. It's the start of an exciting adventure in which he'll stretch his mental powers to the limit, come face to face with Churchill, fall in love, and change the course of the War. 

  • Release 04/01/2019
  • Genre : Humour / Aventure / Crimes & mystères / Historique
  • Collection : Dupuis "Grand Public"
  • Age of readers : From 12 years on
  • Hardcover album - 64 pages en color
  • Height : 320 mm / Width : 240 mm
  • ISBN: 9782800174785
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