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@METAKNlGHT @royalmusing @BBCOne how the area was accessed. (And the reference to 100 years old also makes the timeline off if the implication was that the area was built specifically for hiding the jewels during World War II.) Basically, I agree about this being worded terribly.
@METAKNlGHT @royalmusing @BBCOne “actually hidden in the 100-year-old Windsor Castle.” (Pause for music/images.) It continues: “Librarian Oliver Urquhart-Irvine, who discovered the letters, is taking Alistair Bruce to see their specially-built secret hiding place, 60 feet below the castle.” Then it goes into...
@METAKNlGHT @royalmusing @BBCOne That’s not what is said. That might be the point, but the narrator says: “The jewels were taken from the Tower of London. Only a handful of people knew where they were hidden. That is, until now. Recently uncovered private correspondence reveals that the crown jewels were [cont.]
@royalmusing @BBCOne I’m amazed that that statement wasn’t caught and corrected. I rewound a few times to make sure I heard it correctly. Windsor is the world’s oldest and largest inhabited castle. Surely it being called a hundred years old sounded odd to someone besides me.
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