Saving Bletchley Park

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In Bletchley Park in the 1940s, Alan Turing and a team of codebreakers, thousands of whom were women, changed the course of World War II.  70 years after the birth of the modern computer at Bletchley Park, a social media campaign secured its future and transformed it into a world-class heritage and education centre. This book relates the campaign to save Bletchley Park, and tells the story of the mysterious work carried on there during World War II and of the women working in computing who worked there silently and unsung.

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ISBN-13: 978-1908717924
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Digital Document (pdf, doc, ppt, txt, etc.)
Language(s): 
English
Date created: 
2016
Is this resource freely shareable?: 
Not shareable
Time period covered: 
1939-1945
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Total energy: 
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Juliet Webster's picture

This book is designed for the popular reader, with considerable historical material on the role of women in early computing.

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