WORLD WAR ONE AT HOME: THE WARWICKSHIRE LAND ARMY
Peeing in a hedge, seeing animals mate, being a bit closer to nature than a nice girl should be. Working the land was always seen as a man's job but at the outbreak of the First World War, all of that would change. Mollie Green has been finding out about three girls who were part of the Warwickshire Land Army. . .
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Available since: Fri 28 Feb 2014
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Annie visits the Church End Brewery in Nuneaton.
First broadcast: 28 Feb 2014
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