Alan Turing, Enigma Code-Breaker and Computer Pioneer, Wins Royal Pardon - The New York Times

Alan Turing, Enigma Code-Breaker and Computer Pioneer, Wins Royal Pardon

Alan Turing, Enigma Code-Breaker and Computer Pioneer, Wins Royal Pardon - The New York Times

Alan Turing, Enigma Code-Breaker and Computer Pioneer, Wins Royal Pardon. If you are unaware of who this man is, it's an important story to read.

Alan Turing, Enigma Code-Breaker and Computer Pioneer, Wins Royal Pardon

Alan Turing, Enigma Code-Breaker and Computer Pioneer, Wins Royal Pardon. If you are unaware of who this man is, it's an important story to read.

During World War II, Nye’s mom was in the Navy and was even recruited to work on the Enigma code. | Bill Nye's Mom Was A Badass World War II Code Breaker

Bill Nye's Mom Was A Badass World War II Code Breaker

During World War II, Nye’s mom was in the Navy and was even recruited to work on the Enigma code. | Bill Nye's Mom Was A Badass World War II Code Breaker

Alan Turing was a quite brilliant mathematician, most famous for his work on breaking the German Enigma codes. It is no exaggeration to say that, without his outstanding contribution, the history of the Second World War could have been very different. He truly was one of those individuals we can point to whose unique contribution helped to turn the tide of war.

Gordon Brown: I'm proud to say sorry to a real war hero

Alan Turing was a quite brilliant mathematician, most famous for his work on breaking the German Enigma codes. It is no exaggeration to say that, without his outstanding contribution, the history of the Second World War could have been very different. He truly was one of those individuals we can point to whose unique contribution helped to turn the tide of war.

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Remembering legendary Enigma code breaker Mavis Batey via @CNET

Remembering legendary Enigma code breaker Mavis Batey

On March 31, 1952, Alan Turing, computer technology pioneer and breaker of the Nazi Enigma code, was put on trial for homosexual acts. Found guilty and ordered to undergo humiliating hormone therapy, Turing committed suicide two years later.

On March 31, 1952, Alan Turing, computer technology pioneer and breaker of the Nazi Enigma code, was put on trial for homosexual acts. Found guilty and ordered to undergo humiliating hormone therapy, Turing committed suicide two years later.

Women spies in the second world war: Rozanne Colchester, now 89, a code breaker during the war and postwar MI6 agent. Photo when she was 17 in WWII.

Women spies in the second world war: "It was horrible and wonderful. Like a love affair"

Women spies in the second world war: Rozanne Colchester, now 89, a code breaker during the war and postwar MI6 agent. Photo when she was 17 in WWII.

Alan Turing: Handwritten journal of Enigma code-breaker sells for more than $1m - People - News - The Independent

Turing's handwritten journal sells for more than $1m

Alan Turing: Handwritten journal of Enigma code-breaker sells for more than $1m - People - News - The Independent

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