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NOT BLETCHLEY PARK By John A Taylor
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Most well known is the story of Bletchley Park during World War Two but within the immediate district many other clandestine activities were carried out. These included the training of S.O.E. agents... More > and the propagation of propaganda, both in printed form and by radio transmissions.< Less
Children of Bletchley Park By Neville J. Anderson Budd
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Life in Bletchley Park of the Children of Bletchley Park during WWII where the German ENIGMA Codes were broken. Our lives after we left the Park and the families we started.
Children of Bletchley Park By Neville J. Anderson Budd
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Life in Bletchley Park of the Children of Bletchley Park during WWII where the German ENIGMA Codes were broken. Our lives after we left the Park and the families we started.
Bletchley Park and the Pigeon Spies By Bernard O'Connor
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Over 15,000 pigeons were dropped into occupied Europe during WW2. Some were used by secret agents to send messages back to headquarters. Others were dropped by parachute into France, Belgium, Holland... More > and Denmark in the hope that people would complete the attached questionnaire and provided military, political, economic or other intelligence of value for the Allies. Photographic negatives could be sent. Bletchley Park had its own loft for its pigeon spies. This book investigates the work of MI14, known as the Colomba Service, and for the first time sheds light on conditions in Occupied Europe described by extremely brave men and women who risked execution if found in possession of a pigeon. MI14 staff, decoded or translated messages and forwarded copies to SOE, SIS, MI19, RAF, RN, Ministry of Economic Warfare, BBC, Churchill, de Gaulle and President Benes of Czechoslovakia.< Less
Bletchley Park and the Pigeon Spies By Bernard O'Connor
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Over 16,000 pigeons were dropped into occupied Europe during WW2. Some were used by secret agents to send messages back to headquarters. Others were dropped by parachute into France, Belgium, Holland... More > and Denmark in the hope that people would complete the attached questionnaire and provided military, political, economic or other intelligence of value for the Allies. Photographic negatives could be sent. Bletchley Park had its own loft for its pigeon spies. This book investigates the work of MI14, known as the Colomba Service, and for the first time sheds light on conditions in Occupied Europe described by extremely brave men and women who risked execution if found in possession of a pigeon. MI14 staff, decoded or translated messages and forwarded copies to SOE, SIS, MI19, War Office, RAF, Royal Navy, Ministry of Economic Warfare, BBC, Churchill and de Gaulle.< Less
Bletchley During the War - Everyday Life for the Townspeople and the Billeted Personnel from Bletchley Park - Vol.3 (1945 - 1947) By John A. Taylor
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Bletchley During the War - Everyday Life for the Townspeople and the Billeted Personnel from Bletchley Park - Vol.3 (1945 - 1947)
Bletchley During the War - Everyday Life for the Townspeople and the Billeted Personnel from Bletchley Park - Vol.1 (1939 - 1941) By John A. Taylor
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Bletchley During the War, the Everyday Life for the Townspeople and Billeted Personnel at Bletchley Park - Vol.1 - 1939 to 1941
Bletchley During the War - Everyday Life for the Townspeople and the Billeted Personnel from Bletchley Park - Vol.2 (1942 - 1944) By John A. Taylor
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Bletchley During the War, the Everyday Life for the Townspeople and Billeted Personnel at Bletchley Park - Vol.2 - 1942 to 1944
Bletchley Park and the Belgian Pigeon Service By Bernard O'Connor
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During the Second World War, the British Royal Air Force’s Special Duties Squadrons parachuted thousands of pigeons into Belgium. Bletchley Park, the nerve centre of the British Intelligence... More > Service, had its own pigeon loft from where birds were sent on intelligence gathering missions. A secret organisation, MI14(d), was created to organise a pigeon service to occupied Europe. Those who found the pigeons were expected to supply military, economic and political intelligence for the Allies. This book includes the messages sent back from Belgium. In particular, it investigates the roles played by Josef Raskin and Jean Ceysens, the British Intelligence Services, the RAF and the brave individuals who, despite the possibility of imprisonment, sent messages to Britain in the hope it would help liberate their country.< Less
Ultra Vol 2 By Landis Gores
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An American intelligence officer's memoir of Bletchley Park, home of the top secret Ultra project during World War II

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