A perfect day to visit Bletchley Park, site of the greatest intelligence operation in history. A staff of under 200 at the outbreak of ballooned to.
The Bletchley Park Veterans Reunion September Listen to the latest episode of the podcast to hear our interviews with some of them and about one young man's extraordinary story of how he came to sign the Official Secrets Act.
Dan Snow's History Hit added a new photo.
Archaeologists discover 'masterpiece' sealstone in Greek tomb
Emily Wilding Divison - British Suffragette who ran in front of the King's horse at the 1913 Epsom Derby and was considered a martyr by her fellow suffragettes.
The meticulously reconstructed ballroom at Bletchley Park where early in the war code breakers were squashed in before it was realised that outbuildings would be required. During the war the number of people working here went from around 200 to
Helen Gougar’s name is little-known today, but in the late nineteenth century, Gougar was a national figure. Lecturing across the country on temperance and suffrage, Gougar also wrote, and practiced law in the state of Indiana.