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Is Keeping a Secret Easier in Times of War?

Up to 10,000 people worked at Bletchley Park during World War II, and all were sworn to secrecy. Is it easier to keep secrets during a time of war? Why, or why not?

Once the war was over, Bletchley’s workers still kept their secrets until the British government decided keeping quiet was no-longer necessary.  As a result, no one knew how much those individuals had contributed to ending the war. Was the government right to order silence? Why, or why not?


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