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Hidden wartime footage of a secret World War II code-breaking site in Southern England has been discovered.
Experts at Bletchley Park helped break the famous German Enigma Code. Bletchley Park is now a museum dedicated to the code-breakers' pioneering wartime work.
The reel of footage was preserved in its original canister and donated to Bletchley Park by someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
“No other film footage of a site intimately connected with Bletchley Park exists,” said Dr. David Kenyon, research historian at Bletchley Park, in the statement, noting that it is not known who filmed it.