Alan Turing

The history of computing

When Alan Turing helped save Britain

Alan Turing was born on the 23rd June 1912 in London. In 1936 Alan Turing went to work as a secretly part time for the British. He also was a computer scientists, mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, philosopher, mathematical, biologist and marathon and ultra distance runner.

Second world War

How Alan Turing helped Britian

During second world war Alan Turing worked for the government code and cypher school. He also worked as Britain's code breaking centre.

Alan Turing commited suicide

Alan Turing died in 1954 sixteen days before his birthday. His mother and other people believe that his death was an accident. But apparently he eat a poison apple and he killed himself.