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June 8, 2010

Bletchley Park archives to go online

by David Allen

During the second world war Bletchley Park, located just outside of Milton Keynes, was one of the country’s best kept secrets, but today the archives collected over the war years are about to be published online.

The work will be carried out by the staff at the Bletchley Park Trust with the help of HP, which will be providing the software enabling the transfer of documents onto the internet, as well as training and tech support too.

The actual Bletchley Park site has been operating as a museum since the mid 1990s but this project, which is expected to take around five years to complete, will allow many more people to see the archives and experience what Bletchley Park did for the war effort in the field of code breaking.

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