This album presents some recent acquisitions to our Archive collection, kindly donated by Bletchley Park Veterans and their families. After the end of World War Two, much of the evidence of codebreaking at Bletchley Park was destroyed. The documents that survive in our Archive give a rare and important glimpse into a story we are still uncovering. Our collection continues to grow through donations of new material – from photographs to diaries, letters and official records. The information they hold about our Veterans is added to our Roll of Honour, and the documents themselves researched, catalogued, digitised and carefully stored to preserve these unique insights for the future.
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New to the Archives
Collections Uncovered 29: New to the Archives
1 / 10 — A group of staff at Eastcote Outstation in 1945 includes Robert Cooper Adamson. Adamson, a GPO (General Post Office) technician, installed and maintained Bombe machines at Eastcote from September 1942 to August 1945. He also worked at the Post Office Research Establishment at Dollis Hill, assembling sensing equipment. The other men in the photograph are unknown. If you can help to identify them, please let us know at [email protected]