Bletchley Park was the home of Britain’s secret code-breaking centre during World War II, where an unlikely group of mathematicians, crossword puzzle fanatics, chess masters and others achieved what seemed impossible:
Breaking the fiendishly complex Enigma code used by the Germans, and so shortening the war by at least two years, and saving millions of lives.
For decades their work was all but forgotten – shrouded in secrecy and never discussed by the few who knew. But in recent years this amazing story has begun to be told, in books, documentaries and Hollywood films.
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