Alan Turing is most widely known for his critical involvement in the codebreaking at Bletchley Park during the Second World War. But Alan Turing was not just a codebreaker.
Watch this short film and learn how Alan Turing broke codes in both his work and society.
Codebreaker is an exhibition developed by the Science Museum to celebrate the centenary of the birth of this pioneering British figure. Find out more on our website
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Film produced by Nick Street
Music by James Bulley
The Science Museum conservation team
Blythe House, the Science Museum's storage facility
Outside Line, for the use of their office
Published 4 years ago
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