Bletchley Park

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Bletchley Park

(ˈblɛtʃlɪ)
n
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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Andy Clark, chairman of the trustees at the Bletchley Park museum, said: "Everybody knows about Enigma but the Lorenz machine was used for strategic communications.
Nowadays the Bletchley Park Museum proudly puts him at the centre of its display.
The archive will be deposited at the Birmingham Library Archive and also at Bletchley Park Museum near Milton Keynes which houses an Animals in War exhibit.
AN audacious theft at Bletchley Park Museum in Buckinghamshire this day in 2000 saw the loss of Enigma, the wartime coding machine used by the Germans to encode messages during World War II.
Bletchley Park Museum Director of Education Victoria Worpole praised the new book.
Christine Large, director of the Bletchley Park Trust, following the theft of a WWII Enigma encoding machine from Bletchley Park Museum I on April 1,2000