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A member of the Women's Land Army rests her team of work horses by a river during the First World War.

Clothing would've had to be practical for horse riding.A member of the Women's Land Army rests her team of work horses by a river during the First World War.

New recruit to the Women's Land Army, Iris Joyce (19), learns to drive the horse-drawn hay rake as part of her training at the Northampton Institute of Agriculture near Moulton in 1942.

New recruit to the Women's Land Army, Iris Joyce learns to drive the horse-drawn hay rake as part of her training at the Northampton Institute of Agriculture near Moulton in

Four horses keeping watch over a sleeping Land Girl (WLA iPad Protective Sleeve).

Stock Photo - A member of the Women's Land Army a sleep in the back of a hay cart while the horses look on.

Members of the Womens Land Army climbing over a gate on a British farm during the First World War.

Members of the Women's Land Army smile as they hold their tools aloft while climbing over a gate, 1916

Girls from the Women's Land Army feeding lambs during a pause on their march

The Women's Land Army

Women in WWII - Women on the Home Front 1939 - 1945 Britain BFD

A member of the Women's Land Army (WLA) stacking hay on a farm during the Second World War., Ministry of Information official photographer

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