John Gallehawk






How the Ultra Secret was nearly revealed by John Gallehawk

Bletchley Park Report No. 10 Published January 2011








Some Polish Contributions in the Second World War by John Gallehawk

Bletchley Park Report No. 13 Published May 2010

This booklet describes briefly the pre-war breaking of the German ENIGMA cipher system and the famous meeting in July 1939 when this work was revealed to the British and French Intelligence Services.






Convoys & U-Boats by John Gallehawk

Bletchley Park Report No. 7 Published September 2009







Enigma and the Bombe by Frank Carter & John Gallehawk

Bletchley Park Reports Published by September 2009








Figuring It Out at Bletchley Park 1939 – 1945 by John Gallehawk & Kerry Howard

Published by BookTower Publishing 2007 ISBN 978 0 9557164 2 3


During the last week of World War 2, Bletchley Park and its outstations had:

– 10,471 personnel, including 226 from the USA,

– 8,902 billets

– 33, 003 miles driven by 130 drivers transporting staff to and from Bletchley Park

– 22, 054 meals were consumed

Based on official wartime records held at the National Archives, Figuring It Out at Bletchley Park 1939 -1945 chronicles the extraordinary growth of the Government Code and Cypher School’s codebreaking operation at Bletchley Park during World War 2. This book of numerical tables is a transcription of the weekly returns Sir Edward Travis demanded to be kept from 1942.

This essential reference book places valuable weekly figures for World War 2 service and civilian personnel, their departments, accommodation, transport, catering requirements and achievements at the fingertips of any military historian, veteran or local history enthusiast.


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