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World War 1: Women's Land Army Feeds the Nation

A short video explaining how the Women's Land Army filled the void at Angus Stovold’s farm as male workers left to fight on the front line. Included in the video is extraordinary footage from the Great War which shows the WLA ploughing the fields on his Surrey farm.
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