Scotney Castle Remembers World War I

Scotney Castle Remembers World War I

A treasure trove of artefacts from World War I has been found in the attics of Scotney Castle run by the National Trust in Kent. Arthur Hussey, a brigadier general in the army and son of the man who had the home built, served in World War I from the beginning until the end. He wrote diaries and letters which pretty much cover every day of the war. They are available to view at Arthur's Exhibit on at the castle until first quarter of 2015.

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