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    Alfred Dillwyn "Dilly" Knox, CMG (23 July 1884 – 27 February 1943) was a British classics scholar and papyrologist at King's College, Cambridge and a codebreaker. As a member of the Room 40 codebreaking unit he helped decrypt the Zimmermann Telegram which brought the USA into the First World War.

  2. The archetypical eccentric British boffin, Alfred Dillwyn "Dilly" Knox was educated at Summer Fields School, Eton College and King's College, Cambridge where he studied the classics. Knox was appointed a master at Cambridge in 1909 where he became an expert on ancient papyn, and during the Great War he was recruited as a codebreaker in ...

  3. 4 de abr. de 2021 · Alfred Dillwyn Knox is not a widely recognised name, but his career as one of the UKs leading cryptologists and codebreakers spanned some 30 years, and two world wars. For much of that time he lived in Naphill, and was a well-known and congenial figure in the locality.

  4. 9 de fev. de 2017 · The highly eccentric Alfred Dillwyn Knox, known simply as 'Dilly', was one of the leading figures in the British codebreaking successes of the two world wars. During the first, he was the chief...

  5. 28 de out. de 2017 · Secret Midland hero who retrieved vital code books from sinking Nazi sub. Knox, full name Alfred Dillwyn Knox, grew up in Birmingham – although he went to school at Eton – because his...

  6. Dilly: The Man who Broke Enigmas. Mavis Batey. Dialogue, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages. Alfred Dillwyn Knox was a famously eccentric & temperamental codebreaker who...

  7. 1 de dez. de 2009 · Alfred "Dilly" Knox was Britains leading wartime codebreaker, an eccentric genius who did more than anyone to decipher the Nazi Enigma codes, thereby shortening the war. Mavis Batey worked at Bletchley Park during the war; few knew Dilly better.