The story of Bletchley Park, with its famous code-breaking achievements, is well-known, but during those years the activities of that establishment were a closely guarded scecret. Accordingly, the inhabitants of Bletchley went about their daily business just like everyone else during those war years. This book details the hardships and shortages of everyday life in Bletchley during those six years of war. However, the people of Bletchley, just as ever-where else, braced themselves and made the most of it with stoical good humour. Life went on, and this story of Bletchley folk is expertly presented in great detail by John Taylor.