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Bletchley Park – Hut 8 – Morse code machines

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Exhibitions inside Hut 8 at Bletchley Park. It was Alan Turing’s workplace during the war.

This is Hut 8 at Bletchley Park. The interiors. Hut 8 was where Alan Turing worked, and now houses a special exhibitons area.

It was the hut where the unit broke the German Enigma Naval messages, and where important figures such as Alan Turing and Hugh Alexander worked.

Various morse code machines.

Including typewriters.

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