Scotland Tonight: The code-breaking 'Bletchley Girls' of WW2
Scotland Tonight spoke to Ann Mitchell, who cracked German codes during the war.
The German code-breaking carried out at the famous Bletchley Park is believed to have shortened the Second World war by at least two years.
But while films like The Imitation Game and Enigma celebrate the work of the very significant men who worked there, a new book sets out to tell the stories of some of the thousands of women who worked there.
'The Bletchley Girls' recounts the stories of 15 women, who are still living today, and their secret life at 'The Park'.
Scotland Tonight caught up with the author Tessa Dunlop and one veteran who made her life in Edinburgh after the war, the now 92 year-old Ann Mitchell.
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