Lawrence at Tregerthen: (D.H. Lawrence in Cornwall)
An examination of a little-known period in D. H. Lawrence's career when, during World War I, he and his wife were suspected of spying for the German crews operating off the Cornish coast. Complimented by several previously unpublished photographs.
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