For the first time the wider public can read the story of Bletchley Park’s epic battle with the Enigma enciphered messages of the German Army and Air Force only previously available in the National Archives.
This momentous struggle is told anonymously by the men and women of Bletchley Park’s top secret codebreaking organisation who wrote down their experiences in 1945 in an end of war report.
Where the German forces went the Enigma machine went with them. The daily changing cipher keys and the continuous security improvements put a continuous strain on the quiet heroes of Bletchley Park.
This specially edited version of the original three volumes is a lasting tribute to their unrelenting pursuit of the innermost secrets of the Nazi war machine and to their genius in finally overcoming all the odds.
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