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Category Archives: Codebreaking
Days to Centenary: 258 In previous posts I’ve highlighted elements of Alan Turing’s legacy in spheres as diverse as philanthropy and humour. Now, on to the arts. A sculpture commemorating Alan Turing’s codebreaking work has just gone on display in … Continue reading
Days to Centenary: 260 The Bletchley Park Trust, which has custody of Alan Turing’s wartime codebreaking stomping grounds, has just been awarded £4.6 million by the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore and preserve the historic site, which at one point … Continue reading