New Exhibition Shows Personal Side of Turing

Bletchley Park has opened a new permanent exhibition of some personal items that belonged to Alan Turing. Bletchley Park was the codebreaking center where Turing worked during World War II. The items on display include a teddy bear that Turing bought in school, a treasured Swiss watch, and a book that he won as a school prize.

The exhibition is called The Life and Works of Alan Turing. The exhibition was officially opened on Monday. Read more from The Guardian.

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