“Sometimes it is the people no one can imagine anything of who do the things no one can imagine.”
― Alan Turing
One of the most prestigious centre of national heritage here in UK, Bletchley Park was the home of code-breaking during WWII. An erstwhile Victorian estate, Bletchley Park was converted into a little township for code breakers who lived and worked together in “huts” and this was the Government Code & Cipher School (GC&CS) at that time. From a handful of Subject Matter Experts to an elaborate division, Bletchley Park was a symbol technology and nationalism directed towards a common goal. Thousands of brilliant minds (majority between 20 to 30 years of age), dedicated their lives here at the Bletchley Park for a common goal.
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