To commemorate All Souls day Alicja Whiteside lit candles
on the graves of E. Charaszkiewicz and T. Schaetzel at the South Ealing Cemetery and
on J. H. Jedynak at the Kensal Green Cemetery.
The grave of J. H. Jedynak is on the state of disrepaire, and is in need of restoration.
During this edition of the Heritage Open Days we would like to cordially invite you to 'The Power of Minds. Recreating the Polish Bomba' talk by Jerry McCarthy which is to be held at the Institute on 14th September at 3 PM
Please RSVP to email@example.com by 12 September 2019.
In the process of revising our museum catalogue, we came across this well preserved example of a 1926 Royal Portable typewriter. Invented by Edwards Bernard Hess and Lewis Cary Myers in the United States in 1922, it only came into manufacture in 1926. Although it wasn’t the first of its kind, what ensured its success was its light-weight and smaller build than its competitors at that time. Its use became widespread in countries such as the United Kingdom. By the end of the Second World War, the Royal Portable became the market leader.
A short talk by Artur Bildziuk on the development on the cracking of the more advanced encryption used by the German military during the WWII and recognising those unsung heroes who played their part in this story.
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