Bletchley Park Archives to Go Online
This is good:
Simon Greenish, chief executive officer of the Bletchley Park Trust, said the plan was for the centre’s entire archive to be digitised.
He said since the archive is so big nobody knows exactly what each individual document stored there contains.
However, the information they expect to dig out will definitely include communication transcripts, communiques, memoranda, photographs, maps and other material relating to key events that took place during the war.
He said: “We have many boxes full of index cards, which have lots of different messages on them. But this will be our chance to follow a trail and put the messages together so we can find out what they really mean.
It’ll be years before any documents actually get online, but it’s still a good thing.
The Bletchley Park Museum really needs donations, if you’re so inclined.
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