Turing Digital Archives

For any true fan of the rare documents and letters at the Turing Digital Archives are an incredible resource.

▶ Station X: 4. The war of the machines 1996 - YouTube

Hut 3 at Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire in Here, civilian and service personnel worked together at code-breaking top-secret military communiques between Hitler and his armed forces.

▶ G-skrivaren, Arne Beurling part 5/5 - YouTube

G-skrivaren, Arne Beurling part

▶ G-skrivaren, Arne Beurling part 4/5 - YouTube

G-skrivaren, Arne Beurling part

▶ G-skrivaren, Arne Beurling part 3/5 - YouTube

G-skrivaren, Arne Beurling part

G-skrivaren, Arne Beurling part 1/5

G-skrivaren, Arne Beurling part

Tony Sales lecture on codebreaking procedures in Bletchley Park.

Career of Civil War Historian Bruce Catton - C-SPAN Video Library - Civil War author and historian David Blight talks about the career and influence of one of his predecessors in the field, Bruce Catton.

▶ Station X: 3. The Ultra Secret 1996 - YouTube

▶ Station X: 3. The Ultra Secret 1996 - YouTube

▶ Station X - Episode 1 of 4 - The Keys to the Reich - YouTube

Episode 1 of 4 - The Keys to the Reich


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For any true fan of #AlanTuring, the rare documents and letters at the Turing Digital Archives are an incredible resource.

For any true fan of the rare documents and letters at the Turing Digital Archives are an incredible resource.

Colossus: The Secrets of Bletchley Park's Codebreaking Computers

Colossus: The Secrets of Bletchley Park's Codebreaking Computers

AlanTuring.net The Cambridge archive

AlanTuring.net The Cambridge archive

Nine thousand women worked at Bletchley. One of them, Pamela Draughn, said she 'almost wanted to laugh' when she decoded the German's panicked messages during the D Day Landings (file photo)

The female codebreakers of Bletchley Park share their wartime secrets

The secret story of the Jewish codebreakers who helped win the war

▶ The Turing Enigma - YouTube

A missing message from Alan Turing surfaces as part of the celebrations for his birthday. in code it is the key to a century old puzzle that if solve.

Duchess of Cambridge retraces grandmother's steps at Bletchley Park Kate visited the codebreaking facility where her grandmother worked during World War II, to mark the end of an £8 million restoration project

Duchess of Cambridge retraces grandmother's steps at Bletchley Park

Duchess of Cambridge retraces grandmother's steps at Bletchley Park Kate visited the codebreaking facility where her grandmother worked during World War II, to mark the end of an million restoration project

Tuesday, Feb 19th at 5:30PM, Wednesday Feb 20th at 11:00AM.  Facilitated by Dr. Richard D'Elia

The Secret Life of Bletchley Park by Sinclair McKay: review

The Men Who Cracked Enigma. The Germans sent messages to their own forces using The Enigma Machine and it's Codebooks. This Enigma Code was thought to be unbreakable by the Germans and it's breaking by the Allies remained one of the most closely guarded secrets in World War Two.

The Germans sent messages to their own forces using The Enigma Machine and it's Codebooks. This Enigma Code was thought to be unbreakable by the Germans and .

Betty said she struggled to find a job after Bletchley because she wasn't able to tell anyone what she had been doing in the Forties

The female codebreakers of Bletchley Park share their wartime secrets

The female codebreakers of Bletchley Park share their wartime secrets

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