The People's land

United Kingdom, 1941

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In Britain the National Trust has acqired a number of estates and areas of land of historical interest: they include ancient castles, such as the 14th century Bodian castle, a Chiltern village, the famous valley of Dovedale, a number of prehistoric stone circles, 14,000 acres of Westmorland countryside and an extensive area of downland in Sussex. These estates and landmarks are held in public trust forever.

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Donald Taylor

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Strand Films



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