British Army recruitment poster, 1917. 'Your Chums are Fighting. Why aren't You?' Silhouette of soldiers, bayonets drawn, advancing into battle. / Universal History Archive/UIG / The Bridgeman Art Library
Gleaning: Women's Land Army Recruitment Posters In 1943 the Women’s Land Army (WLA), as part of the Emergency Farm Labor Program, provided agricultural labor to the nation’s farmers. Under the auspices of the USDA and Extension Service, the WLA recruited, hired, and placed farm and nonfarm women over the age of 18 throughout the country during WWII
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