Tag Archives: Alan Turing

Naval Intelligence*: the Royal Navy, 1940

At the end of the campaign, the Commander-in-Chief of the Home Fleet complained that “it is most galling that the enemy should know just where our ships…always are, whereas we generally learn where his major forces are when they sink … Continue reading

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Alan Turing 1952- 54

Alan loved in a furtive, shaming sort of way Meeting wicked men in their club (a municipal toilet hidden deep in shadowy parks) Visible only to the prying eyes Of venomous acolytes of public decency Defending their threatened sexuality. Manchester … Continue reading

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