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bombe code-breaking machine at Bletchley Park designed by Alan Turing.

bombe code-breaking machine at Bletchley Park designed by Alan Turing.

Irving John ("I. J."; "Jack") Good (1916–2009) was a British mathematician who worked as a cryptologist at Bletchley Park with Alan Turing. After World War II, Good continued to work with Turing on the design of computers and Bayesian statistics at the University of Manchester.

Irving John ("I. J."; "Jack") Good (1916–2009) was a British mathematician who worked as a cryptologist at Bletchley Park with Alan Turing. After World War II, Good continued to work with Turing on the design of computers and Bayesian statistics at the University of Manchester.

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The Wrens who worked at Bletchley park were billetted at many locations in the vicinity, including Woburn Abbey.

The Wrens who worked at Bletchley park were billetted at many locations in the vicinity, including Woburn Abbey ~

Enigma Rotors - Bletchley Park is also the birthplace of the computer. The world’s first programmable electronic computer, Colossus was conceived and installed at Bletchley Park during WWII to speed the reading of encrypted German messages sent by Hitler and the high command. Bletchley Park is unique. It combines a key role in modern history with being the birthplace of the digital age.

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Thomas "Tommy" Harold Flowers, MBE (22 December 1905 – 28 October 1998) was a British engineer. During World War II, Flowers designed Colossus, the world's first programmable electronic computer, to help solve encrypted German messages. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Flowers

Thomas "Tommy" Harold Flowers, MBE December 1905 – 28 October was a British engineer. During World War II, Flowers designed Colossus, the world's first programmable electronic computer, to help solve encrypted German messages

Dr Sue Black campaigned to save WWII codebreaking centre Bletchley Park, so it was only fitting that her partner proposed in a pretty enigmatic way – using an Enigma-coded message.

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BBC Documentary Code-Breakers: Bletchley Park's Lost Heroes

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Cambridge mathematician Jack Good (right) seen here in 1935 with his brother Arthur (also a mathematician) joined Bletchley Park in 1941. Initially, he worked in Hut 8 alongside Turing but later moved to the "Newmanry" to work on machine methods for decrypting a german cipher system known as "Fish".

The Imitation Game: who were the real Bletchley Park codebreakers?

Cambridge mathematician Jack Good (right) seen here in 1935 with his brother…

Max Newman was a British mathematician and codebreaker. His work in WW2 led to the construction of Colossus, the first operational electronic computer. He joined Bletchley Park on 31 August 1942 and was assigned to the Research Section and set to work on a German teleprinter cipher known as "Tunny".

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Max Newman is the man credited as being Alan Turing's mentor at Bletchley and later at Manchester University. Newman's son William recalls a childhood where he got to play and beat Turing at Monopoly

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Block C, Bletchley Park during The home to Alan Turing and upto other people used to gather encrypted info and decypher it. Turing is credited with inventing modern computer science in his bid to systematically break the German encryption, called Ultra.

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