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Image caption Rodney Legg wrote 125 books - mostly about Dorset and its history
Image caption Rodney Legg wrote 125 books - mostly about Dorset and its history. Rodney Legg, a Dorset campaigner and author, has died of cancer aged 64. Bournemouth-born Mr Legg chaired the conservation group Open Spaces Society, and worked to open up closed-off parts of the county to the public. His campaigning included lobbying the National Trust to open Thomas Hardy's Dorchester home, Max Gate. Kate Ashbrook, from the Open Spaces Society, said: "Rodney was an unusual but extremely effective campaigner and impossible to ignore.
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When the Second World War commenced on 1 September 1939, the people of Cornwall rallied .
When the Second World War commenced on 1 September 1939, the people of Cornwall rallied together in a way that they hadn’t done since the Great War of 1914–18. Young men in their thousands enlisted in the army while older men joined the country’s home defense force, the Home Guard. This book covers the people of Cornwall’s contribution to the war effort, from the commencement of the conflict in September 1939 to its end in September 1945. It features many forgotten news stories of the day and looks at the changes to civilians’ everyday lives, entertainment and the internment of aliens living within the area.