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The Bletchley Park mansion in this film is not *the* actual Bletchley Park mansion, but another property. According to the tour guides at the real thing, the real Bletchley Park did not look enough like Bletchley Park to the production company to have been used in the film. See more »
The railway coaches seen in the film are British Railways Mk1 stock, which were not introduced until 1951; the train should have been in LMS Maroon Livery - grubby in wartime. The final coach had a BR Eastern region running number, i.e with the prefix "E". See more »
It's true though, isn't it? The Katyn Massacre?
Oh, do shut up. There's a war to win, and Stalin's helping us win it.
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Once again, the history of cracking the Enigma's code is falsified. Not so long ago we had "U-591" and now there's this movie. Let's then make this thing clear once and for all: the people responsible for cracking the Enigma's code were the group of Polish mathematicians, among them M. Rejewski, J. Rozycki and H. Zygalski. They made a replica of Enigma in 1933 and in August, 1939, Poland presented France and Great Britain with cracked Enigma specimens, which helped the allies to know the orders and plans of Third Reich. Too bad that the nations who had received such an important gift forgot about it so easily.
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