See the excellent entry at Wikipedia about Turing. All three of the pictures herein are courtesy of Wikipedia, and are located in the Wiki article at "Turing."
Forty-four long years later, in 1998 a simple plaque was put up honoring Turing in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England, Turing's birthplace:
Three years later, a more pointed plaque was put up honoring Turing in Sackville Park, Manchester, England's seventh-largest city:
in 2009, Prime Minister Gordon Brown released
a statement by the English government apologizing and describing Turing's
treatment as "appalling":
of people have come together to demand justice for Alan Turing and recognition
of the appalling way he was treated. While Turing was dealt with under the law
of the time and we can't put the clock back, his treatment was of course
utterly unfair and I am pleased to have the chance to say how deeply sorry I
and we all are for what happened to him ... So on behalf of the British
government, and all those who live freely thanks to Alan's work I am very proud
to say: we're sorry, you deserved so much better.
Wish Alan Turing happy birthday today -
the Wiki article notes that he believed our bodies are machines but our spirits
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