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Peter Dodd 'Life at Hordle House' - 1938 to 1942

Read the fascinating account of 'Dodd' who was at Hordle House during the war, including being evacuated to Underley Hall.

Peter Dodd in school uniform
Peter Dodd in school uniform

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