Kerry Howard is the curator of Bletchley Park Research where she shares her passion for research.
Below is a list of resources to help you learn more about Kerry as a researcher, writer and publisher of books about World War 2 codebreaking at Bletchley Park and other related subjects.
Kerry is available for speaking engagements and interviews. She enjoys sharing information about her research and helping others with their projects.
Table of Contents:
- Contact Information
- Biographical Information
- Product Information
- In the Press
Get in touch with Kerry Howard by emailing kerryatbletchleyparkpresearch-dot-co-dot-uk (as shown on the image below)
About Kerry Howard – PDF document with a short biographical profile and how Kerry became interested in Bletchley Park.
You can also read more about me:
Dear Codebreaker – The Letters of Margaret Rock (Bletchley Park Codebreaker) & John Rock (Parachute & Glider Forces Pioneer) ISBN 97809557164-5-4 rrp £8.99
Download a PDF copy of the short book blurb Dear Codebreaker Introduction.
Watch a video introducing my research into Margaret Rock and discovering her personal papers here. This will take you to the www.dearcodebreaker.com website which includes bonus material to support the book.
You can buy the book at Amazon:
Buy Dear Codebreaker at Amazon.com here
Buy Dear Codebreaker at Amazon.co.uk here
Figuring It Out at Bletchley Park 1939 – 1945 (ISBN 97809557164-0-9)
Have you ever wondered how many people worked for the Government Code & Cypher School at Bletchley Park and its satellite stations during World War 2?
During the last week of World War 2 there were 10,471 personnel, including 226 from the US; 8,902 billets providing staff their sleeping quarters; 33,003 miles covered by 130 drivers transporting staff to and from Bletchley Park and finally, 22,054 meals consumed.
This unique book of tables charts the extraordinary growth of the codebreaking operation at Bletchley Park during World War 2 through the numerical data collected each week. The numbers cover the weekly growth of the service and civilian personnel, their departments, accommodation, transport, catering requirements and achievements.
This brilliantly simple reference book puts all the important data at the fingertips of any military historian, veteran, or local history enthusiast.
The print book is currently undergoing a revision and facelift. It can still be purchased and sample pages viewed as a PDF document from Scribd.
In the press:
August 2013 – The Bletchley Park Podcast E13 – Interview about my Margaret Rock, my passion for Bletchley Park and research as well as the freedom of publishing in the digital age and a discussion into the disappearing age of printed personal papers. My section of the podcast is from 16:13 minutes into the show to 23:17. You can listen to ‘The Bletchley Park Podcast – E13 – Spy Kids, Veterans, Letters & Lakes’ on Audioboo. Or click on the player below.
11 June 2013 – Girls’ Day School Trust Newsletter www.gdst.net. You can read the article by clicking here.