"World War II ladies with their Airedales. These Airedales were used in World War II as sentry (guard) dogs. Members of the Women Auxiliary Territorial Services cared for the dogs and exercised them; although the actual training was done by men"
Female codebreakers reunited at Bletchley Park Women who helped crack Hitler’s secret codes by operating the Colossus computer meet once again at Bletchley Park after seeing their picture in The Telegraph.
The Imitation Game: who were the real Bletchley Park codebreakers?
English mathematician, logician and cryptographer, Alan Turing is famous for being the father of modern computer science. Turing’s greatest impact on our daily life was his work at Bletchley Park, the UK’s codebreaking centre, where he contributed to crack the Enigma code used by the Germans during World War II. It was considered decisive for defeating the Third Reich.