Rodney Legg’s most popular book is Lawrence in Dorset. Showing 30 distinct works.
Rodney Legg’s most popular book is Lawrence in Dorset. Lawrence in Dorset by. Rodney Legg.
Dorset's War Diary: Battle of Britain to D-Day. Dorset's Hardy Country (Halsgrove Discover). A Boot Up Dorset's Jurassic Coast. Dorset at War: Diary Of WW2.
Authors : Legg, Rodney. Title: Lawrence of Arabia. Title : Lawrence of Arabia.
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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Find nearly any book by RODNEY LEGG. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Lawrence of Arabia in Dorset. ISBN 9780902129962 (978-02129-96-2) Softcover, Halsgrove, 1988. Find signed collectible books: 'Lawrence of Arabia in Dorset'.
LEGG, RODNEY (Author) Dorset Publishing (Publisher). Lawrence of Dorset from Arabia to Clouds Hill. Dorset at war diary of WW2. Books. Battle of Britain Dorset. whole: Dimensions: 26cm. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.
Rodney Frank Legg (18 April 1947 – 22 July 2011) was a campaigner, author and publisher, known for being chairman of the Open Spaces Society and for publishing numerous works on the history and landscape of Dorset, England. Legg was born in Bournemouth on 18 April 1947
Sandals owned 100 years ago by Lawrence of Arabia have been bought at. .The collection of items had been given to Rodney Havelock Walker, a family.
Sandals owned 100 years ago by Lawrence of Arabia have been bought at an auction in Derbyshire. The footwear was part of a collection including one of Lawrence's books that had been left to a family friend. The memorabilia was sold for £2,600 at Hansons Auctioneers in Etwall, Derbyshire. He lived in Dorset after the war and died in a motorcycle accident there in 1935. The collection of items had been given to Rodney Havelock Walker, a family friend who had worn Lawrence's christening gown.