Reference NumberP/FLO
TitlePapers relating to Tom Flowers, code breaker, Bletchley Park
DescriptionRecords relating to world war two code breaker Tom Flowers.
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Extent4 files
AdminHistoryThomas (Tommy) Harold Flowers (1905 - 1998) was born in Poplar. He attended East Ham Technical School on a mathematical fellowship, after which he obtained a technical apprenticeship at the Royal Arsenal in Woolwich. He was an engineer who designed the Colossus code-breaking machines, at the once top-secret home of World War Two code-breakers at Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire. .
RelatedMaterialRelated collections at the Bletchley Park Trust
The National Museum of Computing holds a rebuilt Colossus computer
SubjectWorld War II
Access StatusOpen
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