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VE Day and Bletchley Park

 

 

Bletchley Park was once the top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers who worked to decode enemy messages during World War 2.

 

The codebreakers of Bletchley are most famous for breaking the codes of the German Enigma machine which helped the Allied Forces to plan for the invasion of Europe.

 

But could you be a coder-breaker?

 

As the anniversary of VE Day (Victory in Europe Day) approaches on Friday 8th May, we'll add some code breaking challenges from Bletchley Park, and you can see how you get on.

 

If you'd like to try some codebreaking activities from Bletchley, visit:

 

'Additional Resources and Activities' - 'Code Breaking with Bletchley'.

 

 

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