Code breaking has been vital in achieving victory in conflict throughout history and was vital during WWI and WWII. Bletchley Park was the hub for WWII, not only the genius of the famous including Dilly Knox and Frank Birch from WWI and the newer talents of Alan Turing, Peter Twinn , Gordon Welchman and Hugh Alexander but the many men and women who served at Bletchley and its outstations; in the Y Service, Special Communications Units, Special Liaison Units and the Radio Security Service during WW2.
- You can check out this monthly updated online pdf as below to see if your relative worked in the main location or associated units, Click to review and select Bletchley Park roll of honour with alphabetic index
- Find out more about the work at Bletchley using the good resources on the BBC Site
- Get insights into life at Bletchley from the war diary archives available online
- use the excellent paper on Jewish staff@Bletchley by Martin Sugarman, archivist at AJAX