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Secret codebreaker celebrated in care home centenary book

‘We could not say anything for decades, by which time we had forgotten most of it’

Secret codebreaker celebrated in care home centenary book

editor@campbeltowncourier.co.uk

A WOMAN who helped break the Nazi’s infamous Enigma code has had her experiences revealed in a veterans’ care home’s new book.

May McLean, who lived in Campbeltown for 30 years, is now a resident at Erskine Home, Renfrewshire, and the home is releasing A Century of Care Erskine 1916 - 2016 to celebrate its centenary.

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