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The Debs of Bletchley Park – and other stories

Michael Smith - Hardback 2015


Written by Bletchley Park’s chief historian, Michael Smith takes his readers chronologically through the Second World War, highlighting the secret work undertaken by those men and women of the British Government’s Code and Cypher School. Smith’s latest research indicates that out of the 12,000 people who worked at Bletchley Park and its outstations 8,000 of them were women. And, as the book title suggests, Smith focuses on those young women; ....

GORDON WELCHMAN - Bletchley Park's Architect of Ultra Intelligence

Joel Greenberg - Hardback 2014


This book is an account of the life and work of Gordon Welchman, one of Bletchley Park’s top World War II code-breakers. The author, Joel Greenberg is an educational technology consultant with a particular interest in the impact of design and technology on early computers. He is currently a part time member of the Bletchley Park Trust’s Management Team a Volunteer Tour Guide. Greenberg also presents talks and lectures on associated su ....

The Secrets of Station X

Michael Smith - Paperback 2011


“The Secrets of Station X” should not be confused with Michael Smith’s book of a similar title, “Station X”, which was written to accompany the Channel 4 programme of the same name and is also reviewed on this web-site. Though “The Secret of Station X” follows a similar format and time line as “Station X” it is by far more informative, extensive and substantial. Through this compact publication the author, Michael Smith, introduces the read ....

Moonlight Serenade

Philomena Liggins - Kindle 2013


“Moonlight Serenade – Secret Skies Over Bletchley Park” is the second in the series and continues the story of code-breaking at Bletchley Park. Six Rookie Wrens are drafted to F Block to work on German and Japanese codes. Initially shocked by the sheer size of the place and the seemingly mundane work they soon settle in with the help of their cigar smoking Chief Petty Officer. Quartered together at Crawley Grange, a magnificent Tudor mansion, ....


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