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Mrs. Batey, 92, was regarded in England as a national heroine.

Mavis Batey, Bletchley Park code breaker in World War II, dies at 92

Mavis Batey Code breaker at Bletchley Park who deciphered codes created by the Enigma machine.

Lieutenant Commander David Balme, who seized a top-secret Enigma machine while storming a captured German U-Boat, has died aged 95. He is pictured on HMS Bulldog

Royal Navy officer who got Enigma machine from German U-Boat has died

Lieutenant Commander David Balme, who seized a top-secret Enigma machine while storming a captured German U-Boat, has died aged He is pictured on HMS Bulldog

A crew aboard U-110 operates the iconic Enigma machine, so valuable to the war effort at sea.

German crew aboard operating the iconic Enigma machine, so valuable to the war effort at sea.

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guderian mobile command vehicle

Marian Rejewski, Jerzy Rozycki, Henryk Zygalski and other cryptoanalysts from BS4, broke into Kriegsmarine code in November 1932. Fully decrypted Enigma texts were read by BS4 since mid January 1933. During Roehm's Putsch in June 1934 Enigma messages were read within minutes from their interception. During two weeks long cryptographic exercises organized at BS4 in January 1938 up to 75 percent of secret German communication was decrypted within hours from interception.

Marian Rejewski, Jerzy Rozycki, Henryk Zygalski and other cryptoanalysts from BS4, broke into Kriegsmarine code in November 1932. Fully decrypted Enigma texts were read by BS4 since mid January 1933. During Roehm's Putsch in June 1934 Enigma messages were read within minutes from their interception. During two weeks long cryptographic exercises organized at BS4 in January 1938 up to 75 percent of secret German communication was decrypted within hours from interception.

The Imitation Game: who were the real Bletchley Park codebreakers? - Nigel Farndale | Telegraph, 14 Nov 2014 | Decoder Wrens working in Huts 6 and 8 at Bletchley Park during the Second World War

The Imitation Game: who were the real Bletchley Park codebreakers?

Alan Turing led the team at Bletchley Park that cracked the World War II Nazi Enigma codes during the last years of the WWII. This allowed the Allies to read some German communications.

The Secret Life of Bletchley Park: The History of the Wartime Cod. 9781845136338

The Secret Life of Pets: 3 Mini-movie Collection [DVD] FREE UK DELIVERY

The Secret Life of Bletchley Park: The History of the Wartime Codebreaking Centre by the Men and Women Who Were There by Sinclair McKay (Paperback,

Ultra Versus U-Boats – Enigma Decrypts in The National Archives

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