Secret days is an important addition to the growing body of literature related to the work of bletchley park for many years asa briggs remained true to the strictures of wartime and never breathed a word about his work at station x even to his nearest and dearest. This is an account of life in hut six at bletchley park written by a codebreaker who worked there for 5 years alongside alan turing and gordon welchman in addition to discussing the progress of the allies codebreaking efforts and their impact on the war lord briggs considers what the germans knew . What is most visible in briggs secret days is the sense of community at bletchley park briggs adds to our understanding of the codebreakers and the codebreaking operation briggs adds to our understanding of the codebreakers and the codebreaking operation. The bletchley park podcast podcast on demand the historic site of secret british codebreaking during ww2 the birthplace of modern computing stories from the codebreakers staff volunteers audio from events lectures and news on the progress of the development of bletchley park. Here writing for history extra sinclair mckay the author of the lost world of bletchley park aurum press and the secret listeners tells you everything you need to know about the famous decryption centre
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