Bletchley park

Uncover the fascinating history and stories behind Bletchley Park, the codebreaking site during World War II. Explore the achievements and contributions of the brilliant minds who worked tirelessly to crack enemy codes.
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I had the day off today, so I decided to pay another visit to Bletchely Park (my last visit was in September 2009). Some very smart people worked at Bletchely Park (codename Station X) including some of my heros whom most people have never heard of: Alan Turing, Tommy Flowers and Max Newman. "Ultra" was the designation adopted by British military intelligence in June 1941 for wartime signals intelligence obtained by "breaking" high-level encrypted enemy radio and teleprinter communications…

Betsy Spencer