Bletchley Park’s Secret Room
by Joss Pearson (Amberley, 176 pages, £7.99) Interest in Bletchley Park remains as high as ever, helped in no small part by the success of recent hit movie The Imitation Game. This posthumous account of Bletchley Park’s Fusion Room by Major Neil Webster, finally sees the light of day 20 years after his death, courtesy of his son Joss Pearson. This glimpse behind the scenes explains both the intellectual and technical challenges that were overcome in this most remarkable of wartime stories.
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