LANDGIRLS AND THEIR IMPACT by Ann Kramer

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"The impact of the land girls cannot be ignored. It was not just that women were working and farms had more women than men, women who were not part of the family or, for some of them, had even lived in the countryside before – but women were wearing trousers and filling in for men, some of whom would never return from war.

For the women, their time as land girls changed their lives and how they viewed their own role in society and the family. Using original interviews and photographs from some of these land girls, historian Ann Kramer delves deeper than any previous study to understand the role of the land girls both during and after the Second World War."

 

About Ann Kramer

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Ann Kramer has worked as an author and editor for more than 30 years. She is the author of "Mandela," also in the World History Biographies series. She lives in Sussex, England.
 
Published April 21, 2009 by Remember When. 208 pages
Genres: History, War, Travel. Non-fiction

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