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The Women's Land Army and its recruits, 1939-50

The Women's Land Army and its recruits, 1939-50
The Women's Land Army and its recruits, 1939-50
The role of The Women's Land Army has been a neglected aspect of the history of British farming in the Second World War. This chapter seeks to address this neglect and to evaluate the contribution of the Women's Land Army to the wartime food production campaign and the crucial part they played in maximizing and increasing levels of productivity from the land.
history, women, biography
090326904X
101-116
British Agricultural History Society
Clarke, Gill
112f4fba-7fd5-41eb-b70c-a91eb3309b2b
Short, Brian
Watkins, Charles
Martin, John
Clarke, Gill
112f4fba-7fd5-41eb-b70c-a91eb3309b2b
Short, Brian
Watkins, Charles
Martin, John

Clarke, Gill (2007) The Women's Land Army and its recruits, 1939-50. In, Short, Brian, Watkins, Charles and Martin, John (eds.) The Front Line of Freedom: British Farming in the Second World War. (Agricultural History Review) Exeter, UK. British Agricultural History Society, pp. 101-116.

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Abstract

The role of The Women's Land Army has been a neglected aspect of the history of British farming in the Second World War. This chapter seeks to address this neglect and to evaluate the contribution of the Women's Land Army to the wartime food production campaign and the crucial part they played in maximizing and increasing levels of productivity from the land.

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Published date: 2007
Keywords: history, women, biography

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Local EPrints ID: 44807
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/44807
ISBN: 090326904X
PURE UUID: f224fe5b-8bd3-48c0-98b4-4095bd607ddc

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Date deposited: 16 Mar 2007
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 21:06

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