As part of the NHS and Department of Health investigations into matters relating to Jimmy Savile, H&P historians gave historical evidence at a special forum at King's College London in May 2013.
Independent overseer, Kate Lampard commissioned H&P to provide insight into the culture and issues that formed the background to Jimmy Savile's life and his activities on NHS premises.
On the 70th anniversary of D Day, Kim Brice of King's College London reflects on the history of 'paradogs' in the Second World War and the vital role played by military working dogs in the British Armed Forces. Read the History of Government Blog
Listen to Kim's podcast 'The D Day Paradogs' for King's College London
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