With all able-bodied men needed to fight with the country at war, the Womens’ Land Army, often referred to as “The Forgotten Army” recruited girls from all walks of life to provide labour to work on farms and other jobs on the land. By 1944 around 80,000 girls had volunteered or been conscripted, their role as vital to the war effort as any man fighting on the front line.
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These Fine Art Prints by artist Trevor Mitchell, a specialist in historical and countryside scenes, depict the hard work and contribution of the Land Army girls during WW2. Mounted and framed in our own workshop the classic mahogany finish frame measures 475mm x 563mm.
Fine Art Prints
by Trevor Mitchell
Classic Mahogany Finish Frame
Measures 475mm x 563mm
Please Note - Due to postage restrictions we are unable to supply these framed prints to our overseas customers.