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1955 there are over three hundred Bombe enigma code breaking machines between the British and the Americans. Decoding the U boat messages shortened the war by a significant amount. Photo of Bletchley Park, Bletchley, UK had three Bombe enigma machines in that worked to decode the Enigmas codes.

1955 there are over three hundred Bombe enigma code breaking machines between the British and the Americans. Decoding the U boat messages shortened the war by a significant amount. Photo of Bletchley Park, Bletchley, UK had three Bombe enigma machines in that worked to decode the Enigmas codes.

Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes http://www.bletchleypark.org.uk/

Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes http://www.bletchleypark.org.uk/

Nine thousand women worked at Bletchley. One of them, Pamela Draughn, said she 'almost wanted to laugh' when she decoded the German's panicked messages during the D Day Landings (file photo)

The female codebreakers of Bletchley Park share their wartime secrets

Nine thousand women worked at Bletchley. One of them, Pamela Draughn, said she 'almost wanted to laugh' when she decoded the German's panicked messages during the D Day Landings (file photo)

It was the first time that Mrs Batey, 90, had ever seen what her husband Keith - a fellow codebreaker on the project - had been working on during their time there. The couple had each written independently for the report and never gave the secret away to each, other despite being married. click through!

Codebreaker, 90, handed Bletchley Park papers telling her what her husband did while working with her on Enigma machine

It was the first time that Mrs Batey, 90, had ever seen what her husband Keith - a fellow codebreaker on the project - had been working on during their time there. The couple had each written independently for the report and never gave the secret away to each, other despite being married. click through!

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The Raft of the Medusa by Théodore Géricault being evacuated from the Louvre, 1939

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The Raft of the Medusa by Théodore Géricault being evacuated from the Louvre, 1939

LORENZ codebreaking machine, thanks to Bletchley Park

LORENZ codebreaking machine, thanks to Bletchley Park

WWII B2 British Spy Radio

WWII B2 British Spy Radio

"Enigma" the coding device which enabled codebreakers at Bletchley Park, England, to assist the Allied Forces in winning WW II  *my aunt worked on this project in England*

"Enigma" the coding device which enabled codebreakers at Bletchley Park, England, to assist the Allied Forces in winning WW II *my aunt worked on this project in England*

The back of the reconstructed Enigma code-breaking "Bombe" at Bletchley Park

The back of the reconstructed Enigma code-breaking "Bombe" at Bletchley Park

Keith Batey, who died on August 28 aged 91, was one of the leading codebreakers working on the German Enigma machine ciphers at Bletchley Park during the Second World War.

Keith Batey

Keith Batey, who died on August 28 aged 91, was one of the leading codebreakers working on the German Enigma machine ciphers at Bletchley Park during the Second World War.

WRENS, who as young women helped crack Hitler’s secret codes by operating the Colossus computer, meet once again at Bletchley Park after seeing their picture in The Telegraph. Codebreakers (left to right) Lorna Cockayne, Margaret Kelly, Joanna Chorley (wheelchair), Margaret O'Connell, Margaret Mortimer and Betty Warwick, with a working Colossus machine in the background.

Female codebreakers reunited at Bletchley Park

WRENS, who as young women helped crack Hitler’s secret codes by operating the Colossus computer, meet once again at Bletchley Park after seeing their picture in The Telegraph. Codebreakers (left to right) Lorna Cockayne, Margaret Kelly, Joanna Chorley (wheelchair), Margaret O'Connell, Margaret Mortimer and Betty Warwick, with a working Colossus machine in the background.

England - I might possibly have English ancestors.

England - I might possibly have English ancestors.

The 'Colossus' mark II computer, Bletchley Park, 1943. -- High quality art prints, canvases, postcards, mugs -- SSPL Prints

The 'Colossus' mark II computer, Bletchley Park, 1943. -- High quality art prints, canvases, postcards, mugs -- SSPL Prints

1943. This shows the machine room in hut 6 of Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, the British forces' intelligence centre during WWII. © Bletchley Park Trust / Science & Society Picture Library

1943. This shows the machine room in hut 6 of Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, the British forces' intelligence centre during WWII. © Bletchley Park Trust / Science & Society Picture Library

Remembering The Women Codebreakers Who Helped End World World 2

Remembering The Women Codebreakers Who Helped End World World 2