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How did Royal Crown Derby manage to survive the war time years and grow its export business? The list of new patterns set out in this website some during the period in question and recent research now suggests that this was far from the reality. An article which appeared in the Derby Evening Telegraph on Wednesday 5th September barely 4 months after the end of the war in Europe gives a rather clearer indication of the level of activity during the period although it is acknowledged that the factory would have supplied this as editorial to the paper. They are holding ten times the number of orders for export at the moment than were held before the war on home and foreign markets combined-the maximum ever on the books. Despite the hyperbole, clearly rather more was happening at the factory during the war than either previous accounts or the Royal Crown Derby official website would suggest. This raises the question how did the factory manage to continue operations during this difficult period and successfully grow its export business?
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Stories produced by the Derby Telegraph team are published online under the Derbyshire Live brand. His business was in the Irongate district of Derby. Another paper was first published in by Eliza Pike. It was known at the time as the Derby Daily Telegraph and was a four-page broadsheet which cost a halfpenny. Historical copies of the Derby Daily Telegraph , dating back to , are available to search and view in digitised form at The British Newspaper Archive.