Stuart Antrobus has collated together his recommended reading lists on the Women’s Land Army. These are divided into:
For good introductions to the WLA, I would recommend:
- The Women’s Land Army: A Portrait by Gill Clarke
- We Wouldn’t Have Missed it for the World: the Women’s Land Army in Bedfordshire by Stuart Antrobus (containing the national perspective as well as specific information on Bedfordshire)
- Land Girls and their Impact by Ann Kramer
For the latest publications on the WLA, please click here.
- Grayzel, Susan R. (1999). Nostalgia, Gender, and the Countryside: Placing the ‘Land Girl’ in First World War Britain. Rural History, 10, pp 155-170
- Vickers, Emma. (2011). ‘“The Forgotten Army of the Woods”: The Women’s Timber Corps during the Second World War’. The Agricultural History Review 59, no. 1
- Woodeson, A. (1993). ‘Going Back to the Land’: Rhetoric and Reality in Women’s Land Army Memories. Oral History, 21(2), 65-71.