Eunice Pickstock – Cheshire, c. 1940s
This website provides extensive information on numerous aspects of the lives and experiences of British Land Girls in both World War One and World War Two.
Find out more about the Women’s Land Army in World War One, World War Two and after World War Two, including information on the Veterans Badge.
“A Girl of the Women’s Land Army”
By R Schwabe, 1918
Explore The Archives, containing original documents on the Women’s Land Army.
Browse through original copies of The Landswoman (WW1) and The Land Girl (WW2) magazines.
Support the Women’s Land Army Tribute, who are continuing to raise money for the permanent Women’s Land Army and Timber Corps Memorial which is now at the National Arboretum.
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