Bletchley Park also known as Station X is best known for its role within the Second World War as the home of the codebreakers. This was the heart of intelligence for the Naval, Air and Military … more
Bletchley Park lies 50 miles (80km) north-west of London close to the North-Western Railway line through Bletchley in the heart of Buckinghamshire.
In 1883, Herbert Samuel Leon, a wealthy City of … more
Along with its codebreaking activities, Bletchley Park is associated with the rapid development of technological innovations and particularly related to Enigma and the Bombe, and … more