Übch

During World War I, the Germans used a double columnar transposition cipher called Übchi ("ubchi" with umlauts). For a bit more information about columnar transposition ciphers, see that cipher's page. This method is surprisingly similar to the U.S. Army's double transposition, also used during World War I.

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The resulting columnar key:

This is your encoded or decoded text:

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