Bletchley Park


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Bletchley Park

(ˈblɛtʃlɪ)
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1. (Placename) the Buckinghamshire estate which was the centre of British code-breaking operations during World War II
2. (Military) the Buckinghamshire estate which was the centre of British code-breaking operations during World War II
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THE role of Ian Fleming, later the creator of superspy James Bond, in Special Intelligence work during the Second World War is highlighted in a family event at Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes, over August Bank Holiday.
The messages were dispatched to Bletchley Park, an intelligence centre set up to crack the Enigma code which played a pivotal role in helping the Allies win the war.
But after an interview with the War Office, she was told to report to Bletchley Park, 50 miles north of London.
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Highlights & inclusions Admission to Countryfile Live at Blenheim Palace A visit to Stratford-upon-Avon Two nights' bed and English breakfast accommodation at a good quality hotel in the Midlands area Coach travel from the local area Escorted by a friendly tour manager Bletchley Park Afternoon Tea at Chatsworth A real treat of a break
Price includes Private coach travel from your local area Two nights' stay with three course evening meal & cooked breakfast Visit to the Imperial War Museum Duxford for the Battle or Britain Anniversary Air Show Visit to Bletchley Park Visit to Bletchley Park 40th Anniversary of the HMS Victory & The Mary Rose 5 September 2015 3 days from PS189 Over 35 years, HMS Victory took part in five naval battles - Trafalgar being the most famous and last, in which she carried Vice Admiral Nelson to victory in 1805.
the BLETCHLEY CirCle utv 9pm The drama based on the lives of the extraordinary women who worked at top secret Bletchley Park during the Second World War continues.
Paul, who was born in Kensington, plays John Richards, a scientist who worked at top-secret HQ Bletchley Park during World War II.
He had worked at Bletchley Park, the main site for decrypting ciphers and codes, including those created by the German Enigma machine.
ONE of the masterminds behind the rebuild of a computer that hastened the end of World War II, and who saved Bletchley Park - Britain's war-time codebreaking centre - for the nation, has died.