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Conel Hugh O'Donel Alexander vs Philip Stuart Milner-Barry
BCF-ch (1946), Nottingham ENG, rd 7, Aug-19
Spanish Game: Open. St. Petersburg Variation (C82)  ·  1-0

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Sep-20-11
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  profK: White sits tight, and black falls apart failing to get enough for his attack..Another of the games between the Blechley duo.
Dec-20-11
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  Penguincw: Looks like black couldn't counterattack.
Dec-23-11  Albertan: Chessgames.com I have been very interested in the Enigma project, which played a big part in the Allied nations success in winning World War 2. However, until you posted this game, I did not know that these two players were involved personally in the Engima Project itself! I know about C.H.O.D Alexander because he wrote one of the first chess books I e ver bought, that being Alexander's analysis of the 1972 Fischer-Spassky WC match. Chessgames.com, thank you for educating all Chessgame.com members concerning the importance these two great chess players played in the Enigma Project! If you do not know what the Enigma project is, here is a website which will help you learn about it:

http://www.turing.org.uk/turing/scr...

Dec-23-11  King Death: Alan Turing should have been given a boatload of medals instead of being persecuted for his private life. Of course, being homosexual was considered a disorder by even medical people until at least the late 60s.

Another player who worked at Bletchley Park was Harry Golombek.

Dec-23-11  Albertan: King Death I agree with you 100% regarding Alan Turing!!Thanks I had no idea that Harry Golembek worked there too!
Dec-23-11  King Death: <Albertan> I just read some of the Golombek page. Here's another article on Bletchley Park: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14164529

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