Government Honours Veterans of Bletchley Park at Last

The surviving workers from the Bletchley Park cryptography unit are to be honoured, nearly 70 years after the unit was formed. The Bletchley Park code breakers, known as Station X during the Second World War, were never officially recognised for their invaluable work in deciphering German, Italian and Japanese military codes — work this is thought to have shortened the war by more than two years and saved millions of lives

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