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Published on Sep 30, 2012
During WW2 many stately homes in England were requisitioned for military use. Spetchley House in Worcestershire was used as a holiday home for outstanding American pilots who suffered from post-traumatic stress or 'Battle Fatigue' before being sent back out into combat. John and Juliet Berkeley explain how they were evicted from their home for the pilots and the lasting memories they left.