Earlier this year I stumbled across a story about a shipped name HMS Dunedin. Already having a natural interest in military history, the story unfolds to touch the early days of computing, its unknown interaction with Bletchley Park.
With today being the 24th of November, marking 77 years since the loss of the ship, I thought it would be fitting for a little nod of respect to the men that lost their lives that day and in the following days.
Find our more at The HMS Dunedin Society website
The story of HMS Dunedin was a notable absence from the history books until our research. She might not have been the most famous ship of World War II, but she played a key part and suffered terrible losses.