The Enigma Machine

Anna Manning


Organisation:
AMM Authorship
Region:
North West
Notice Period:
Regular (more than one month's notice)
Type:
Professional
Fee:
Paid: 70
Category:
History
Updated:
15th April 2019
Tagged:
Ww2 Codebreaking Turing Enigma

This talk explains how codebreaking was carried out at Bletchley Park during World War 2. The talk is suitable for anyone who can achieve grade C at GCSE maths or above. I cover how the Enigma machine worked, why the codes were so difficult to break, and the methods used by the codebreakers. The talk can be tailored to a given group and the length is flexible - suggested length 45 mins - 1 hour

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About Anna Manning

I am a freelance author and data scientist. The aim of my work is to make computer-related subjects accessible to everyone.

My first book covered databases for small businesses. My second, which I am in the middle of writing, looks at codebreaking during the second world war.

My background is in academia, working as a computer scientist at Manchester University. I have two postagraduate degrees in computer science (PhD and Masters) and two undergraduate degrees (mathematics and law).


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