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A luxury house on an English country estate where the Allies plotted the infamous assassination of one of Adolf Hitler's top henchmen has gone on the market.
Rooftops, a Norwegian-style chalet, is located on the Moreton Paddox estate in Warwickshire where 4,000 Czech soldiers were billeted during the Second World War.
The plot to assasinate Nazi monster SS General Reinhard Heydrich involved two Czech soldiers who parachuted into Prague where they attacked and killed him as he was driven to work.
His death led to appalling Nazi reprisals on locals, with more than 1,300 men, women and children massacred.
The Edwardian mansion at Moreton Paddox that was requisitioned for the war effort was later demolished and Rooftops was built on the grounds in 2009.