Mrs Mair Russell-Jones

Mair Russell-Jones was a graduate in Music and German from Cardiff University who during the Second World War worked as a civilian codebreaker for the Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park. She worked in Hut 6, decrypting messages in Enigma machine cipher. Having signed the Official Secrets Act, she did not talk about her war work until 1998. Then, with the assistance and co-authorship of her son, Gethin Russell-Jones, she produced a memoir, My Secret Life in Hut Six.

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