Waddesdon Manor

Donated by the Rothschild family to the National Trust
Donated by the Rothschild family to the National Trust

Waddesdon Manor, in Buckinghamshire, England is a huge place which is visited by more than 350,000 people every year.

Went there myself a few days ago, a splendid building in French style, full of the most expensive objets d’art, but this kind of place always makes me wonder how so much wealth can be concentrated into one family.

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3 thoughts on “Waddesdon Manor”

  1. How did the Rothschilds amass their vast fortune? Through ruthless reptile cunning and by recruiting members of the European aristocracy into their secret societies, tempting them with the prospect of World Domination in perpetuity. By European aristocracy, I include the so-called Windsor Family, whose original name was Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (that’s right, they were an alliance of Saxon, Belgian and German vampire bloodlines).

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