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Mona McLeod

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Mona McLeod was born in Liverpool in 1922. She never went back after her five years in the Land Army in Scotland. A history graduate, she taught in Edinburgh schools before becoming a freelance lecturer on aspects of Scottish culture. Her publications include Agents of Change: Scots in Poland, 1800–1918 based on family papers. It has been translated into Polish and published in Warsaw. Scotland Street Press published her memoir, A Land Girl’s Tale, in 2017.

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