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Members of the Women's Royal Naval Service, nicknamed "Wrens," operate the Colossus computer at Bletchley Park on October 23, 1943. It was with the help of Colossus—and Alan Turing—that cryptographers cracked the "unbreakable" Lorenz code, aiding the Allies' victory.


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