The derelict walls once throbbed with all the excitement and pressures of wartime Britain. They were — and still are — a part of Bletchley Park, home to the country’s famed codebreakers during the Second World War. Now the building is being called out of retirement, slated to house a brand new generation of codebreakers at the U.K.’s first ever National College of Cybersecurity.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: CBC