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Saving Bletchley Park with Dr. Sue Black

Saving Bletchley Park with Dr. Sue Black

Show #474 May 08 2015 plus show notes

Bletchley Park is where brilliant people worked tirelessly to break the German Enigma code, and others. More importantly, it wasn't just Alan Turing. In fact, thousands of people, 80 percent of them women, worked at Bletchley Park. Scott talks to Dr. Sue Black, who used social media to raise awareness of the current state of Bletchley Park and help return the site to solvency.

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