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Feeding the war effort: Agricultural experiences in First World War Devon

Agricultural History Review, (2010), 58(1), pp.95-112.

by

Bonnie White

Prepared by Michael Steer

Authors of studies of British agriculture in the First World War have argued that the labour crisis was not as severe as contemporaries believed, suggesting instead that replacement labour and greater access to farm machinery helped to offset the loss of agricultural labourers to the military. However, labour reports for Devon show a shortage of both men and horses on the land by late 1915 and the County War Agricultural Committee expressed concern that the continued removal of men from the land was in conflict with the need to increase home grown food. This article can be downloaded from British Agricultural History Society’s website

 

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A  
Adams, R J Q 99
Ashby, A W 95-6
Asquith 97-100, 107
B  
Balfour, Arthur 98
Barnett, M 97, 101
Beatly, C R 111
Brown, J 102
C  
Coaker, J 106
Constantine, C 100
Cooper, A F 97, 101
Crowe, Hilary 96, 103, 107
D  
Denning, Richard 107
Devon, Lord Lieutenant of 104
Dewey, Peter 96-8, 100-1, 103, 105, 110
Doidge, Cecil 108
F  
Fortescue, Lord Hugh 104, 111
Fowler, J 107
French, D 99
G  
Goldman, F 108
Grieves, K 98
H  
Hibbard, B H 98
Hoskins, W G 103
Horn, Pamela 98, 107, 110
Hubbard, James 106
K  
Kirby, Maurice 100-1
Kitchener, Lord 105
L  
Lloyd George 96, 100-1
Loram, Alfred 105
M  
McKenna, Reginald 98
Middleton, T H 95-6, 100
Milner 97-8
Mingay, G E 96, 101
O  
Orwin, C 97
P  
Poirier, P 99
Prothero, R E 100
R  
Roberts, J H 107
Rose, M 100
S  
Searle, R 111
Selborne, Lord 97-9, 104-7, 110
Sheail, J 97
T  
Turnor, Christopher 108
W  
Wall, R 96
Whetham, E 97
Wilson, T 97
Winter, J 96
Wordie, J R 102