Top Secret spy exhibition opens at Science Museum

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Top Secret spy exhibition opens at Science Museum

From the trenches of the World War I to the work of the spy agency GCHQ - Britain's history of intelligence and secret communications are about to be explored in a new major exhibtiion at the Science Museum. Top Secret: from Ciphers to Cyber Security features previously unseen documents and declassified files as well as gadgets and devices including an encryption key allowing the Queen to make private phone calls and Margaret Thatcher's hotline in a brief case. The exhibition is running until February 23, 2020.

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