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Dagmar Kitchen

Women's Land Army

When I was a kid we had a Land Girl billeted with us. I was only 2 or 3 so my memories are vague. She was tallish (to a 3-year-old) with dark long wavy hair and large dark eyes. I think her name was Dagmar Kitchen - which is a pretty odd name, so I hope somebody has heard of her.

We also had a man called Leonard something with us at another time who worked in the Air Ministry at Cheltenham (now GCHQ). We lived on the edge of Stroud. My parents were teachers and my dad organised Harvest Camps on a farm in Chrington for the NUT in the summers. Anyone remember any of this?

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