Talks

Talks 2016-12-02T12:07:14+00:00

Room 111 c/o The Foreign Office

The remarkable stories of Second World War code breaking only started to officially emerge in 1974. Understanding the vital impact of the intelligence (called ULTRA) produced by Bletchley Park, completely changed historians’ perspectives of the outcomes of conflicts and battles during the War. In this unique talk, Mark connects the story of the code-breakers to London and Westminster through the fascinating characters who studied there, the secret buildings where they worked, and the memorials to generals and admirals who were victorious because of ULTRA.