This website provides information on the lives and experiences of British Land Girls in World War One and World War Two.

The British Women’s Land Army was first set up in January 1917 (World War One) and re-formed in June 1939, in preparation for World War Two. Over 200,000 Land Girls worked in the WLA from June 1939 until November 1950.

World War One Women's Land Army World War Two Women's Land Army

Women's Land Army Veterans Badge  Women's Land Army Memorial

Women's Land Army Archives Women's Land Army Get in Touch Contact

Royal Historical Society Public History Prize 2018

Winner of the inaugural Royal Historical Society
Undergraduate Public History Prize.

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