Dear Codebreaker – The Letters of Margaret Rock (Bletchley Park Codebreaker) and John Rock (British Parachute & Glider Forces Pioneer) is a unique glimpse into the lives of a Bletchley Park Codebreaker and her brother who was a pioneer of the very first glider and parachute forces in Britain.
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Taken from the recently discovered personal papers you can now follow one family’s journey through happiness, loss, and great adventure through the Fall of France, the Blitz, the first British military parachute jumps as well as the exhausting secret work at Bletchley Park during World War 2.
Dear Codebreaker isn’t a typical biography. It is a chronological true-life glimpse into the life of Margaret Rock and her family as told in their own words. Like many of those who served at Bletchley Park, Margaret Rock did not speak publicly about her wartime work. To understand this enigmatic codebreaker and her role in the Engima code story, we catch glimpses of the woman, her work, and her life through family letters, photographs, and interviews.
Like many of those who served at Bletchley Park, Margaret Rock did not speak publicly about her wartime work. To understand this enigmatic codebreaker and her role in the Engima code story, we catch glimpses of the woman, her work, and her life through family letters, photographs, and interviews.
This touching book of letters is accompanied by this exclusive website and is only available for purchasers of Dear Codebreaker. The bonus material includes copies of the original letters, photographs, school reports and university exam papers as well as video and audio interviews with family and experts.
Purchase the book, get your access code and enter it into a password protected page to open the locked areas (such as Timeline, Interviews, and Extras). Then enjoy the bonus material.
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Watch a video introduction about the discovery of Margaret Rock’s personal papers here.