Secrets of the Code Breakers of WWII


"Secrets of the Code Breakers During World War Two" embraces prominent stories about the mysteries at Bletchley Park. In the spring of 1941, the British captured the German U-Boat #110 and with it, got their first look at an intact Enigma machine, the device responsible for decoding Nazi radio transmissions. The settings on this apparatus were changeable daily, as Nazi operators produced 150-trillion options for encoding messages. As a response to this capture, the British recruited brilliant minds from around Britain and America, as part of discrete counter-intelligence groups. Many years after the end of the war, a huge number of those that aided the counter-intelligence still won't talk about the events that took place behind closed doors, that are revealed in this Secret Documentary.