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2012: Year of Alan Turing

Alan Turing statue Analog computer This appliance shall only be operated by a trained competent person
These photo's were taken on October 28th 2010 at The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park, one-time home of mathematician/codebreaker Alan Turing. 2012 marked Turing's 1st Centenniual.


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