Haileybury

Haileybury

Haileybury was originally called East India College, set up in 1806 by the Honourable East India Company to train future civil servants in India. In 1858, it reopened as a public school, which combined with the Imperial Service College in 1942, and produced such notable figures as Clement Attlee and Rudyard Kipling.

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