References for John Herivel

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Books:

  1. J Greenberg, Gordon Welchman: Bletchley Park's Architect of Ultra Intelligence (Frontline Books, 2014).
  2. J Herivel, Herivelismus and the German Military Enigma (M & M Baldwin, 2008).
  3. S McKay, The lost world of Bletchley Park: The illustrated history of the wartime codebreaking centre (Aurum Press, 2013).
  4. G Welchman, The hut six story: Breaking the Enigma codes (McGraw-Hill Book Co. Inc., 1982).

Articles:

  1. E J Aiton, Review: The Background to Newton's Principia. A study of Newton's dynamical researches in the years 1664-84, by John Herivel, The British Journal for the History of Science 3 (3) (1967), 298-299.
  2. N Bramhill, Irish slave woman is daughter of famous World War II codebreaker, Irish Central (27 November 2013).
  3. L Bucciarelli, Review: Joseph Fourier: The Man and the Physicist (1975), by John Herivel, The British Journal for the History of Science 10 (3) (1977), 270-271.
  4. M Evans, C Duffin and B Riley-Smith, Irish 'slave' revealed as daughter of Bletchley Park code breaking hero, The Telegraph (26 November 2013).
  5. E Frankel, Review: Joseph Fourier: The Man and the Physicist (1975), by John Herivel, American Scientist 64 (3) (1976), 351.
  6. H Gye, Slave held for 30 years' is daughter of Bletchley Park codebreaking hero but family lost contact with her before he died, Mail Online (27 November 2013).
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2514336/London-slave-Josephine-Herivel-daughter-Bletchley-Park-codebreaking-hero.html
  7. T L Hankins, Review: Joseph Fourier: The Man and the Physicist (1975), by John Herivel, Science, New Series 189 (4199) (1975), 279.
  8. John Herivel, who has died aged 92, was one of the leading Bletchley Park codebreakers working on the German Enigma machine cipher during the Second World War, The Telegraph (21 January 2011).
  9. John Herivel: Bletchley Park codebreaker, Oxford Mail (17 February 2011).
  10. R Kargon, Review: The Background to Newton's Principia. A study of Newton's dynamical researches in the years 1664-84, by John Herivel, Isis 57 (3) (1966), 403-404.
  11. Obituary. John Herivel, Methodist College Belfast (28 January 2011)
  12. R Olsen, Review: Joseph Fourier: The Man and the Physicist, by John Herivel, Isis 67 (4) (1976), 651-652.
  13. P Peachey, London slavery case: Maoist sect leader Comrade Bala claimed he was 'Jesus Christ', The Independent (27 November 2013).
  14. Professor David Rees, The Telegraph (Wednesday, 21 August 2013).
  15. A Rutherford, Ulster 'slave' Josephine Herivel will need therapy for a long time: expert, Belfast Telegraph (29 November 2013).
  16. Simon Callow's Codebreaker Surprise. Thespian's university tutor was influential Codebreaker, John Herivel, Bletchley Park Trust (5 November 2013).
  17. M Smith, John Herivel obituary. One of Bletchley Park's most brilliant wartime codebreakers, The Guardian (13 February 2011).
  18. Special Forces Obituaries. John Herivel, The Telegraph (20 July 2011).
  19. G Vipers, London 'slave' woman Josephine Herivel is daughter of Enigma codebreaker, London Evening Standard (27 November 2013).
  20. R S Westfall, Review: The Background to Newton's Principia. A study of Newton's dynamical researches in the years 1664-84, by John Herivel, Science, New Series 152 (3724) (1966), 915.
  21. H William, Belfast woman held as slave is questioned by police in London, The Irish News (28 November 2013).
  22. WW2 Bletchley Park codebreaker John Herivel awarded plaque, BBC Oxford News (10 May 2014)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-27341855

JOC/EFR April 2015

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