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The Codebreakers

Hear the fascinating story of Enigma, Bletchley Park and the Battle of the Atlantic from expert Dr. Mark Baldwin.

Engineers from the General Post Office played a crucial role in World War II - helping to design and build the first electronic computers to crack the Nazi Enigma and Lorenz codes. Join Mark Baldwin as he explains the workings of the Enigma machine and the fascinating wartime work at Bletchley Park. After the lecture, you can even have a go at operating a genuine Enigma machine!


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Date and Time:

6 June 2005 at 6:30 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



The British Postal Museum & Archive
Freeling House
Phoenix Place
020 72392114

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Available from:

To book call 020 7239 2570

Additional Information:

For further details and directions, visit www.postalheritage.org.uk/whatson/codebreakers

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