Fri 29 May 2009, The Independent

Swine flu does what the Nazis couldn't: close Eton

By Richard Garner
Throughout the Second World War Eton College was adamant it would not close its doors as a result of any threat from the Germans. It would not, its then headmaster Claude Elliot said, countenance such a lack of defiance.
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