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13 Facts About Chatham House
4. Chatham House stands on the A2 road along the line of the ancient Celtic route, which was paved by the Romans, and named Watling Street by the Anglo-Saxons.
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6. Chatham House is governed by the open town meeting form of government, administered by an elected Board of Selectmen and an appointed Town Manager.
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9. Chatham House is home to the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, and the decommissioned Monomoy Point Light both located on Monomoy Island.
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11. In 1926, 14 members of Chatham House represented the United Kingdom at the first conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations, a forum dedicated to the discussion of problems and relations between Pacific nations.
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12. In October 2010 Chatham House published a report entitled Strategy in Austerity: The Security and Defence of the United Kingdom.
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