Sara Turing details her son’s work in centenary edition of biography

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On Monday there will be a special event to celebrate the publication of the Centenary Edition of Sara Turing’s biography of her son Alan to mark one hundred years since the great man’s birth.

The event will be held at Bletchley Park, where Alan famously worked on cracking the German Enigma Code during World War Two.

Dermot Turing, nephew of Alan and son of John, who’s unique afterword features in the Centenary Edition for the very first time, will be reading extracts from the text. This will be followed by a tour of the ‘Life and Works of Alan Turing’ in Block B.

This event provides an opportunity to celebrate the life of one of British history’s greatest figures, whose life and works are only now beginning to be fully understood and appreciated, at the site of one of his most brilliant achievements.

This event will begin at 2pm on Monday, and will be hosted at The Mansion House.

Normal Admission Prices Will Apply.