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1 comment:

  1. I enjoyed reading about Frederick Duke of York. He was a great reformer of the military, in particular education and care of the ordinary soldier. In 1801 he showed great concern for the orphans of soldiers killed in the wars and started to look at appropriate schooling for them. 1n 1803 he founded the Duke of York's Royal Military School for orphans The School was originally called The Royal Military Asylum and was in Chelsea at the site now occupied by the Saatchi Gallery. In 109 the School moved from Chelsea to Dover where it continues today.