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The little-known story of the Navy women codebreakers who helped Allied forces win WWII
by Drew Kann; Video by Margaret Dawson and Frank Fenimore
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4 August 2020
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In the annals of military codebreaking history, there is perhaps no site more famous than Bletchley Park -- the vast, English estate that produced vital intelligence and helped the Allies prevail in World War II. But for all its recognition, it wasn't the only facility that cracked the code of the Germans' secret messages. In fact, the US had a Bletchley Park of its own right in Washington, DC -- and it was women volunteers who historians say did much of the heavy-lifting it took to decipher the enemy's cryptic language.
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