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Covers Cornwall in the Second World War, from the commencement of the conflict in September 1939, until its end in September 1945, featuring many forgotten news stories of the day.
Derek Tait is a full-time author who lives in Plymouth. Born in 1961, he lived his early years in Singapore and Malaysia and has written several books about his time there, including _Sampans, Banyans and Rambutans_. A former photographer and cartoonist, his work has been featured in newspapers and magazines around the world. Being a keen historian, his books include _1950s Childhood, A 1960's Childhood, A 1970s Childhood,_ and several Great War books for Pen & Sword. He has also written many local history books including _Plymouth, Saltash Passage, St Budeaux, Mount Edgcumbe, Plymouth Tales From the Past_ and _Images of Plymouth._