Author(s): Jonathan Brown
After answering the call to feed the nation during the First World War, the farmer of the 1920s had to settle down to a peace time of low prices for his produce. A new generation of farmers and workers had to face the challenges of farming in recession. How they did so is the focus of this book - the changes on the farm of the 1920s and 1930s: what it produced and where, the new techniques and machines for a new age.
Jonathan Brown is an Honorary Fellow of the Museum of Rural Life in Reading. He is the author of several books, including 'Steam on the Farm' and, for Shire, 'The Edwardian Farm'.