Una Todd was a teenage tractor driver - working on the Sussex Downs to keep wartime Britain fed. Una remembers German fighters bombing Brighton and cold winters spent working in the hills. But she is sure that the Land Army did a vital job - and she is proud to have been proud of it.
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