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Turing Centenary: On the web

Turing Digital Archive

The Turing Digital Archive contains nearly 3,000 images of letters, photographs, newspaper articles, and unpublished papers by or about Alan Turing. The images were scanned from the collection of Turing papers held in the Archive Centre at King's College, Cambridge. The images are subject to copyright restrictions.

BBC centenary year news coverage

For an insight into Alan Turing's life and works, along with highlights of BBC programmes shown during Turing's centenary year see:

For further information about code breaking during World War II see:

Latest newspaper coverage

The Guardian features articles, commentaries and blog posts on Turing's life, works and legacy.

1937 Enigma Manual

English Translation of 1937 Enigma Manual

The Imitation Game Twitter

@AlanTuringYear Twitter Feeds

The Turing Archive for the History of Computing

The site makes available online digital facsimiles of key primary texts in the history of computing, with special reference to the pioneering work of Alan Turing.

Bletchley park

Historic site of secret British codebreaking activities during WWII and birthplace of the modern computer.