It is done. I may now style myself Dr Winter.
It feels amazing to have realised a boyhood dream. The journey, that being the last twenty or so years since I left school, has been one with more diversions and dead ends than I would have liked. But if putting the letters PhD in my list of credentials means anything, it is that so long as you have a clear goal and an even clearer plan for achieving that goal, it can be achieved despite the world’s best efforts to subdue your dreams.
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#OnThisDay in 1921, the Brilliant Bletchley Park cryptanalyst Mavis Batey was born.
Batey's breakthrough of Enigma proved crucial in the success of D-Day.
She later became a historian of gardening who campaigned to save historic parks and gardens, and an author. Batey was awarded the Veitch Memorial Medal in 1985, and made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 1987, in both cases for her work on the conservation of gardens.
And movie buffs will recall, a further sting in the tail.
Philosopher and historian by training, Platform Lead by pay cheque. Opinions my own.
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