CAPTAIN HENRY GORDON
This History of Ashridge was written in 1949 by Capt. Henry Gordon,
who received the OBE for his work at Ashridge during the war years
when Ashridge was used as a hospital.
Captain Gordon was a highly-educated man with a huge personal library.
The son of Gordon of Manar, a large estate in Scotland, he was seriously
injured at Mons in the Great War, losing an arm.
"THIS IS ASHRIDGE"
Foreword (by Lieut. Col. Alfred Burne)
This is Ashridge - Introduction
The Royal Residence
The Manor House and The Mansion
The College after the War
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