These range from specialist texts, such as the fascinating numerical resource Figuring It Out at Bletchley Park 1939 – 1945. Hitler’s Codebreakers is the first book to show how successful Hiter was at reading allied codes. It makes for scary reading when you realise how close he was to shutting the allies out of Enigma.
Share in the story of young ATS woman who worked at Bletchley Park in the covert war against Hitler. In Secret Postings – Bletchley Park to the Pentagon Charlotte Webb writes about life at Bletchley Park and you can follow her journey at the end of the war in Europe to a new adventure in the Pentagon.
You can also learn about one family’s dramatic life during both world wars through their letters. Dear Codebreaker offers a fascinating insight into the Blitz, the Battle for France, codebreaking at Bletchley Park and Britain’s first parachute training school.
Want to read the official histories of Bletchley Park sections as written by those who worked there? Solving Enigma’s Secrets is the official history of Bletchley Park’s Hut 6 and has been painstakingly edited by John Jackson. This technical history brings the minds of the codebreakers out from the archives into the public domain.
For those who have enjoyed escaping into the mystery of The Bletchley Circle, you may enjoy our forthcoming book The Milliner’s Spy. It’s full of vintage style, espionage thrills and, of course, hats