Britain´s kate views bletchley park codebreaker suggest for d-day

Decoration News Agency: Kate, britain’s duchess of cambridge, traveled on tuesday to the pristine home o…
Britain’s catherine, duchess of cambridge, leaves bletchley park succeeding viewing a d-day sight in milton keynes, britain may 14, 2019. reuters/henry nichollslondon (Decoration News Agency, quoting the Reuters) – kate, britain’s duchess of cambridge, traveled on tuesday to the pristine home of britain’s world war two codebreakers – and where her possess grandmother worked, visiting an sight marking the 75th anniversary of the d-day landings in normandy. the historic site in milton keynes is where mathematician alan turing touched nazi germany’s “unbreakable” enigma code. “d-day: interception, intelligence, invasion”, held in the teleprinter organization where codebreakers worked on intercepted messages, features an immersive film, shown on a giant curved screen, based on newly declassified tidings showing how bletchley park helped in the planning of the united landings in france in june 1944. on a prior visit in 2014, kate, the consort of britain’s prince william, met expert codebreakers who worked beside her novel grandmother, valerie glassborow and her twin sister.