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Google brings Bletchley Park to its Cultural Institute (video)

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For an unsentimental Silicon Valley giant, Google does have a soft spot for Bletchley Park, the wartime home of Alan Turing and his codebreakers. Having previously donated $850,000 to help restore the site, which now houses the National Museum of Computing, Mountain View has now welcomed pictures and testimony from those who were there to its own online museum, the Google Cultural Institute. There's video after the break, and you can head down to the source links to find out more about the vital work that took place.

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