"Some 10,000 staff – three-quarters of them women – from aristocrats to secretaries worked at the stately mansion at the height of the war, while thousands more were posted overseas."
"Scores of former workers – most well into their 90s – gathered in the sprawling grounds to remember their efforts."
And this is quite magnificent, but it's so sad to see what Britain has become.
“We were all proud Brits and that’s why we signed up. Hitler was taking other countries but he jolly well wasn’t having ours."