- 10, 471 personnel including 226 from the US
- 8,902 billets in Bletchley and the surrounding countryside to house the staff
- 33,003 miles covered by the 130 drivers who took people to and from Bletchley Park every day
- 22,054 meals consumed – breakfasts, snacks, lunch, high tea and supper
Based on official war time records held at The National Archives in Kew, Figuring It Out at Bletchley Park 1939 – 1945 chronicles the extraordinary growth of the Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park into a crucial operation.
This essential and unique numerical reference book places the most valuable weekly figures for World War 2 service and civilian personnel, their departments, accommodation, transport, catering requirements and codebreaking achievements at the fingertips of any military historian, veteran or local history enthusiast.
This book lets the numbers do the talking.