'Turing writes on codebreaking with understandable authority and compelling panache.'
- Michael Smith, bestselling author of Station X.
At Bletchley Park, some of Britain's most talented mathematicians, linguists, and intellectuals were assembled to break Nazi codes. Kept secret for nearly thirty years, we have now come to realize the crucial role that these codebreakers played in the Allied victory in World War II.
About the Author
Dermot Turing graduated from King's College Cambridge and New College Oxford. He spent his career in the legal profession, most recently as a partner of Clifford Chance. Since 2014 he has moved into a more varied range of activities, including an active role as a trustee of Bletchley Park. Dermot Turing is the nephew of Alan Turing and author of Prof: Alan Turing Decoded (2015) and the well-received X, Y and Z: The Real Story of How Enigma Was Broken (2018).