Stolen artefacts belonging to gay World War Two hero Alan Turing to finally be returned to the UK
Stolen items belonging to gay computing genius and codebreaking hero Alan Turing are to be returned to the UK after decades.
The haul of 17 items include five rare photographs of the Bletchley Park codebreaker, who is widely credited with helping to bring World War Two to an early end, as well as his PhD diploma, school reports, OBE medal and a signed letter from King George VI.
The items were gifted by the Turing family to Sherborne School in Dorset in 1965, after the mathematician was convicted under anti-gay laws and hounded to death.
Items were taken from school attended by codebreaking hero.
They were held in a historical archive at the private boarding school for more than two decades, but court papers allege they were illegally removed by
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