The Imitation Game: Keeping it a Secret
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After breaking the enigma, Alan Turing and his team discover that there will be an attack on a British passenger convoy, and hundreds of civilian lives are at risk. Hugh starts calling Commander Denniston's office to let him know of the attack, but Turing stops him. Turing's rationale is that it will alert the Germans that they've broken the enigma. Their biggest challenge now is keeping secret the fact that they broke the enigma.

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