The 2019 EWCG codesheets for Hydra, Neptun, Thetis and Triton are now available via the EWCG web site (https://www.enigmaworldcodegroup.com/). Click the Kriegsmarine tab and the the M4 Advanced Procedures sub tab. You will find two new links, the first to 2018 code materials and the second to 2019. In 2019, you will have keying materials for every month, Weather key sheets as appropriate, Officer key sheets, and the Short Signal (Kurzsignal) system. Note that Neptun is M3 code sheets. Hydra, Thetis and Triton are all U-Boat M4 materials. And if you are interested in the RHV (Reservehandverfahren), it is updated for 2019.
There is also a tab that will take you to Army and Air Force keying material for 2019.
I will be posting a listing of source materials ("the Library") in the next day or two.
Let me know if you are having any problems accessing these materials.
You are correct. The K-Book doesn’t change from year to year but the daily keys, bigrams, etc., do. For the Short Signal System, the Satzbuch doesn’t change, the Buchstabuch didn’t likely change very often. I think the K-Book might have changed once or twice during the course of the war.
In any case, if you don’t see it in the keys and tables, go up and get it on the individual links. This includes Quick Reference Guides.
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Hello Mauser, I am new to this forum and would like to say I love it. I am a historical reenactor and have been looking around the internet for any info I could find on the Enigma. My question for you is: when you create the various sheets and PDF's what program do you use to come up with your random keys? I would like to be able to create my own Bigram tables as well as the rest of the monthly sheets. I want to reproduce some monthly sheets and bigram tables to display as captured german documents for when I set up my various displays. Thank you again for all you have done here, and I hope your 3D printed enigma goes very well for you. Rod