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Dig for Victory

Gardening and horticulture during WW2

Dig for Victory looks at the period when England's gardens took on the might of Hitler's armies. Gardens great and small, public and private saw clematis give way to cabbage and roses replaced by radishes. We discuss the role of the "forgotten army" - the Land Girls - who helped to put food on the tables of the nation, plus advice and propaganda given to gardeners in print and over the airwaves.


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Date and Time:

19 September 2009 at 11:00 am


1 hour



18a St. Georges Square
DA11 0TB

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Capability Bowes
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