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Dad was a misunderstood war hero - so why was he treated like a 'demented old man'?

Telegraph
 2021-07-26

Cover picture for the articleOn Jan 30 1965, Katharine Campbell sat with her father in their oak-panelled dining room watching the funeral of Sir Winston Churchill. The pair often spent time together like this in their large family house, situated at the end of a track in the Buckinghamshire village of Higher Denham. Her father, Lord Sholto Douglas, distinguished RAF commander and chairman of British European Airways (BEA), always occupied the seat at the head of table while Campbell would pull up a chair next to him and quietly do her homework.

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