Topic: David Leavitt
Britain has pardoned Alan Turing, the code breaker key to winning WWII and laying the foundation for the computer age, for his conviction for "gross indecency" stemming from his relationship with another man in 1952.
Two unhappy married expat couples meet in World War II-era Portugal – a meeting that changes everything for all of them.
Alan Turning spearheaded the creation of the bombe, a device designed to crack the German Engima machine.
10/22/2008 01:00 am