BLETCHLEY PARK CODEBREAKERS’ LETTERS
Margaret Rock & Joan Clarke were women codebreakers at Bletchley Park.
Download a copy of original handwritten letters they wrote about their time at Bletchley Park in the Second World War.
- Margaret Rock’s codebreaking profile – read how she was considered one of the best codebreakers at Bletchley Park.
- A copy of Margaret’s letter from September 1940. It’s an evocative account of Margaret trying to get back to Bletchley during an air raid during the London Blitz. The download includes a typed transcript.
- Joan Clarke’s codebreaking profile – read about her Bletchley Park successes and long career at GCHQ after the war.
- A copy of two of Joan’s letters about the Bombe machines and Alan Turing. They are touching insight into some of Joan’s wartime memories. The download includes a typed transcript.
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