Poetry (WW2)

 
A group of happy Land Army girls in the back of an OHMS truck, Devon, England. Source: IWM D 21958

A group of happy Land Army girls in the back of an OHMS truck, Devon, England.
Source: IWM D 21958

This section contains poems mainly written by Land Girls or Lumber Jills during World War Two. This page is constantly being updated, so please e-mail info@womenslandarmy.co.uk to contribute any poems.

 

Poems Written During World War Two

Who Won the War?by Anon

The Song of Moultonby the first batch of Land Girl trainees at Northamptonshire Institute of Agriculture

The Women’s Land Armyby Rose Perritt

The Land Girl’s Songtaken from ‘Words From A Countryman’

The Land Girl’s Dayby Dorothy Allen, W.L.A 9334

The Call Of The Landby Gordon Geddes, member of staff at St Andrew’s House, Scotland. Listen to a reading of the poem here.

If – by A Hewlett (36110)

Poems Written After World War Two

Women’s Land Army  – by Mary Cutler (nee Hickey)

Remember Usby Hilda Kaye Gibson

The Land Girl Looks Back – by Hilda Kaye Gibson

No Medals Will Be Wonby Hilda Kaye Gibson

To All Land Girls – by an admirer of their work


 

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