The Codebreakers of Bletchley Park tells the fascinating story of the men and women who worked to break the German codes in World War II.
From eccentric academics like Alan Turing and Dilly Knox to inspiring women like Margaret Rock and Joan Clarke to the men in charge like Alastair Denniston and Edward Travis, it demonstrates the wide range of people who lived and worked at 'Station X'.
In this well-researched history, Dermot Turing provides a uniquely insightful look into the secret institution that turned the tide of the war.
- The Codebreakers Of Bletchley Park
- Written by Dermot Turing to give an insightful look into 'Station X'
- Features eccentric academics, such as Alan Turing, Dilly Knox, Margaret Rock, and Joan Clarke
|Length : 23 cm||Width : 12 cm|
|Height : 2 cm|
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