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Alexander Baron, was born into the then largely Jewish East End. Converted to Communism at school, he remained left-wing throughout his life. He wrote the acclaimed trilogy of war novels, From the City, From the Plough, There's No Home and The Human Kind, drawing on his own experiences of the war. He wrote 14 novels, often set in a familiar London world, plays and television adaptations. Alexander died in December 1999.