Brodsworth Hall, Doncaster
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Doncaster's Brodsworth Hall wartime past explored

An exhibition charting the impact of World War II on one of Yorkshire's great stately homes has opened.

Brodsworth Hall, near Doncaster, was requisitioned by the army in 1940 following the outbreak of war.

It went on to house the Royal Artillery and a support corps of the Royal Signals before becoming the headquarters for General Alexander and the Northern Command.

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