The Wartime Memories Project - Bletchley Park



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Bletchley Park near Milton Keynes was the wartime home of Allied code breaking. Working in complete secrecy, top mathematicians and cryptanalysts broke the codes used in enemy transmissions, the were supported by personnel from the armed forces.

Today Bletchley Park is a museum and is well worth a visit.



This poem has been given by my Great Aunt Olive Clayton (nee Carroll ) who served in the far east section at Bletchley Park from 1942. She tells us that the author of the poem is Anonymous due to possible repercussions if they were ever identified. The poem attempts to reflect life at Bletchley Park, can anyone shed any light on the author?



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