Ep 308: Bletchley Girls

Ep 308: Bletchley Girls

Betty Webb spent the war working as a code breaker at Bletchley Park, working on captured German and Japanese radio messages.

After the war she moved to Washington DC to assist the Americans with their ongoing fight in the Pacific. 

Betty joins Al and James to describe her extraordinary experiences.

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