Reading Hitler's Mind: Bletchley Park and The First Computer
A talk from EMF 2014 by PJ Evans
On Saturday August 30, 2014 at – in Stage A
The world's first computer, Colossus, was commissioned in 1943 just a few minutes away from the EMF camp. It gave Bletchley Park unprecedented access to the Hitler's most private communications. How did it work? Why was it built? Who designed it? All this and several shameless plugs for The National Museum of Computing.
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