World War Two: Home Front 1943

Members of the Women's Land Army (WLA) at work on reclaimed farmland in Essex take a break to make and drink tea on 28th January 1943 at Essex, England.The Women's Land Army was established to meet the demand for agricultural labour caused by the absence of male farm workers on active service and the need to boost domestic food production in the face of the reduction in imports due to Nazi Germany's attacks on shipping. Over 80,000 women volunteered for the Women's Land Army. (Photo by Harry Shepherd/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images).
Members of the Women's Land Army (WLA) at work on reclaimed farmland in Essex take a break to make and drink tea on 28th January 1943 at Essex, England.The Women's Land Army was established to meet the demand for agricultural labour caused by the absence of male farm workers on active service and the need to boost domestic food production in the face of the reduction in imports due to Nazi Germany's attacks on shipping. Over 80,000 women volunteered for the Women's Land Army. (Photo by Harry Shepherd/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images).
World War Two: Home Front 1943
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Credit:
Harry Shepherd / Stringer
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1466308457
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Hulton Archive
Date created:
28 January, 1943
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