Bletchley Park WWII archive to go online

England’s Bletchley Park wasn’t just the home base of Alan Turing and the efforts to break the Nazi’s Engima machine, it also collected communication transcripts, communiques, memoranda, photographs, maps and other material relating to key events that took place during the war. Now a donation of document scanners will allow volunteers to digitize the entire collection and make it available to researchers and historians. Expect a lot of untold stories to come to light in the next few years.

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