Bletchley Park codebreakers 'dried their knickers on Hitler's Enigma machine'
A Bletchley Park codebreaker has revealed that during the war she and her co-workers used Hitler's Enigma machine to dry their knickers. Elizabeth "Betty" Balfour, 88, joined the Wrens when she was 17 and was handpicked to work on the top secret team under code genius Alan Turing.
Eliza Lucas Pinckney's nephew ~ Charles Pinckney National Historic Site Carolo Pinckney Memorial.
#Women & children dealing with war. The routines of camp life of the 31st Penn. Infantry (later, 82d Penn. Infantry) at Queen's farm, vicinity of Fort Slocum, Washington, D.C., during the Civil War in 1861. (AP Photo/Library of Congress)