n. commune in the Tarn in southern France.
Cadix was a World War II clandestine intelligence center at Uzès, on the Mediterranean coast in southern France, from September 1940 to 9 November 1942. During this period southern France was under the control of Vichy France and not occupied by Nazi Germany. At Cadix, the predominantly Polish team of cryptanalysts who had previously worked at PC Bruno was reassembled, and worked against German and other Axis ciphers, including the German Enigma machine cipher. Cadix shut down when Germany occupied southern France.
Usage examples of "cadix".
He dropped his ancient Astra Cadix, flung his hands into the air, and said, "Non?
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