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Born in London, Alan Turing was raised in southern England. He graduated at King's College, Cambridge, with a degree in mathematics.
During the Second World War, Turing worked for the Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park. Within weeks of arriving Turing had specified an electromechanical machine called the bombe, which could break Enigma more effectively.
Code breakers at Bletchley Park decrypted the messages and passed them to Allied commanders on 6 June 1944 supporting the D-Day invasion.
This badge has been inspired by one of the Bombe Machines rotating drums, when you twist the central dial, it aligns to read D-Day 80, 1944 and comes with a insert about Alan and is work.
It is believed that the invention of this machine saved 14 million lives.
All profits benefit the considerable work of the Royal British Legion in supporting the Armed Forces community.
- Dimensions: Diameter 27.5mm, Width 4.26mm (at the widest section in the centre)
- Made in UK
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