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The Telegraph

Only Turing’s code-breaker can solve riddle of Nazi messages under the floorboards

A Bletchley Park codebreaker has called for the use of an Enigma machine to help crack a Nazi-written code found under her neighbour’s floorboards. Marj Dodsworth worked on the ‘bombe’ machine developed by Alan Turing after she joined the Women’s Royal Naval Service during the Second World War. At the age of 95, Ms Dodsworth, who lives in Guernsey, has come to the aid of her neighbours John and Val Campbell after they discovered coded German messages under their floorboards. Mr Campbell, a retired structural engineer, first found them in 1985, 15 years after he had first moved in, as part of an assortment of wartime items hidden away in his home.