Thursday, 9 April 2015

In two world wars, Britain and Germany struggled to starve each other's civilian populations. In Wales and England women formed Women's Institutes to produce food and goods and linked up with the land army of women replacing men in the fields. Jam making was part of the war effort.

In 1915 home and country meant food for the nation. 

In 1919 it meant home and countryside. 

In 2002 it meant saving the world.

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