The Secret Life of Bletchley Park - Sinclair McKay

Paperback - Very Good Condition


Bletchley Park’s cracking of the Enigma code was one of the greatest achievements of the war. Now, for the first time, here are the stories of the ordinary men and women who made it happen…

At the secret codebreaking centre of Bletchley Park, debutantes, factory workers, students and Wrens were thrown together with Britain’s most brilliant brains, united in work of almost unbearable intensity, and even greater importance. But there was far more to their days (and nights) than the long hours spent decrypting enemy messages.

From world-class concerts by visiting musicians and amateur dramatics to ice-skating on the frozen lake and furtive romances sealed down quiet country lanes, Sinclair McKay’s acclaimed book reveals what life was really like for the young people whose clandestine efforts were instrumental in winning the war.

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The Secret Life of Bletchley Park: The WW2 Codebreaking Centre and the Men and Women who worked there by Sinclair McKay.

In a very good condition. No creasing to the spine or cover. See photos for more details.

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Weight 267 g
Dimensions 19.7 × 13 × 2.1 cm




Sinclair McKay