MORSE Code might be an outdated mode of technology but it still delighted children at the Museum of the History of Science in Oxford.
As part of the museum’s half-term activities youngsters got to learn about the Second World War code and try it out for themselves.
Called Send a Message SOS, the one-day drop-in exhibit helped families decode the mystery messages.
Eight-year-old Eva Clayden said: “We had headphones and a control with a button. When you pressed the button, it made a noise and different dots and dashes for different letters.
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