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Bedfordshire Women's Land Army

by Stuart Antrobus


During the Second World War Britain knew it would have a hard job to feed the nation.  Young women, mainly from towns and cities, were recruited to work on farms and market gardens to replace men who went to fight.  The Women's Land Army (despite its name - a civilian organisation) was set up to make this happen.

By clicking on the links below you can find out more about the part Land Girls played in helping to win "the war in the fields".

Bedfordshire Women's Land Army

The Women's Land Army - the national organisation


Stuart Antrobus Historian/Author

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