We were told upon arrival that the museum was a personal collection gathred by the owner since he was 8. The sense of pride pervaded the museum and the personal touch created a really wonderful experience. The thought that had gone into the displays was magic and so was enough to bring a tear to my eye listening to Neville Chamberlain announcing the war. Really worth a visit!
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