Saturation point for Bletchley watchers?,
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This review is from: The Lost World of Bletchley Park: The Illustrated History of the Wartime Codebreaking Centre (Hardcover)
Another hardback (and front) book which would have benefited by concurrent printing in paperback (see my review of Burges). However, this one is easier to handle, and, as ,an attractive book. As to be expected from this author, it is well researched and presented.
One would anticipate after all the many accounts of Bletchley Park already published. that not much more could be written. However, McKay has once more dug out more of its fascinating history. Each of his many excellent pictures tells a story, but for me, the best comprised images (at last) of the whole site and its relationship to the outside world. Buildings tell a story, so far absent from any of the previous books. Will he find yet more hidden material?