ARREST THAT RAT: THE WORK OF THE WOMEN'S LAND ARMY RAT CATCHERS, SUSSEX, 1942
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Betty Long lays rat poison in a rat hole beside a fence as part of her training on a farm in Sussex. The strong cyanide powder reacts when it comes into contact with the damp earth, producing a deadly gas which sweeps through the rat warren.