Individual Details

Dr. Siegfried Türkel

(31 Jan 1875 - 20 Apr 1933)

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siegfried_Türkel

Atlas der Bleistiftschrift von Doezent Dr. Siefried Turkel, Wissenschaftl.
Leiter des Kriminalischen Institutes der Politzeidriktion Wien; Graz 1927; verlag von Ulr. Mosers Buchhandlung (J. Meyerhoff)

He is also mentioned in an article, titled - Peter Twinn: Bletchley Park codebreaker in the Sunday Times:
"The Enigma machine dated back to 1919, when Hugo Alexander Koch, a Dutchman, patented an invention that he called a secret writing machine.
A little later, Arthur Scherbius, an engineer, was experimenting with this and similar machines and became enthusiastic about encryption machines that used rotors. He recommended them to Siegfried Turkel, the director of the Institute of Criminology in Vienna, who also became interested in them. "
ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Twinn

Events

Birth31 Jan 1875Vienna,Austria
EducationBef 1920Dr. Crimonology
Death20 Apr 1933Gries im Sellrain, Austria
Alt nameSiegfried Turkel
OccupationProf. Dr. Lawyer Criminologist (see notes)

Families

SpousePaula Maria Stoss (1878 - 1956)
ChildDr. Erich Francis Türkel (1909 - 1999)
ChildHerbert Ralph Türkel (1912 - 1974)
FatherDr. Philipp "Filipp" Türkel (1842 - 1899)
MotherAnna "Nina" Schütz (1844 - )
SiblingHelene Türkel (1881 - 1942)
SiblingFrantz Türkel (1882 - )

Notes