During the war the area between Eastcote Road and Lime Grove was known as HMS Pembroke and supported operations at Bletchley Park (encryption and code-breaking). After the war Pembroke's role was as GCHQ until the move to Cheltenham.
Eastcote House was the wartime Food Control Office for the British government.
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Military | Colonel | A-3 planning officer for 9th Troop Carrier Command
Colonel Silas Rhead Richards served on the planning staff of the 9th Troop Carrier Command for D-day and Operation Market Garden. He served under Gen. Paul L. Williams and Air Chief Marshall Trafford Leigh-Mallory. Subsequently he served as liaison to...
Jean was born in Bury St Edmunds and joined the Women’s Royal Naval Service (WRNS) as soon as she turned 18. She worked at Eastcote, a satellite of Bletchley Park, operating the machines which helped the Allies crack encrypted German messages. Her work...
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An inquiry to the Ruislip, Northwood and Eastcote Local History Society led me to two articles in their journal for 1999, available online at: http://btckstorage.blob.core.windows.net/site8867/Journals/Pre2001/Searc....
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Barry Anderson, Army Air Forces Stations (Alabama, 1985) / http://www.eastcotera.co.uk/eastcote/local-history