|2021-10-16 12:53 #690209|
Kaip per WW2 anglai Enigmos koda lauze:
Alan Turing's nephew has claimed the idea that his code-breaker uncle was 'hounded to death by the state' and took his own life because he was convicted for being gay is all part of a long-standing myth.
Dermot Turing also suggested that he was not a 'great codebreaker' who was essential to Bletchley Park, as portrayed in the hit 2014 film The Imitation Game starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley.
In the film, Turing was struggling to cope mentally following his conviction for 'homosexual offences' in 1952 before killing himself two years later.
But his nephew says that evidence shows his 'mood had lifted' in the two years after his trial as he completed projects with enthusiasm.
The Imitation Game also show Turing desperately battling to crack codes at Bletchley Park during much of World War Two, while in reality he had left the famous code-cracking HQ by 1939, at the beginning of the war. The Imitation Game film starring Benedict Cumberbatch suggests Alan Turing singlehandedly built and designed the British Bombe machine which cracked the Germans' Enigma code. In reality, Polish mathematicians created a predecessor to the Bombe and Alan Turing created a newer version which could crack codes faster - he also had help from mathematician Gordon Welchman on the design, although he never featured in the film.
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