A view of the the concept for the new 50-pound note bearing the image of World War II code-breaker Alan Turing. (Bank of England via AP)

A view of the the concept for the new 50-pound note bearing the image of World War II code-breaker Alan Turing. (Bank of England via AP)

Codebreaker Alan Turing to be face of new British bank note

After World War II, he was prosecuted for homosexuality, which was then illegal in Britain.

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