Eating for Victory: Healthy Home Front Cooking on War Rations; Reproductions of Official Second World War Instruction Leaflets

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Food rationing was introduced in England in January 1940 after supply ships were attacked by German U-boats. The first food items to be rationed were butter, sugar, bacon, and ham, though restrictions were also eventually placed on meat, fish, jam, biscuits, cheese, eggs, and milk. In response, the Ministry of Food produced a series of "Eating for Victory" pamphlets that advised the general public on how to cope with these shortages. Designed to lift spirits in a time of shortage, these jolly leaflets contained a variety of ...

Eating for Victory: Healthy Home Front Cooking on War Rations; Reproductions of Official Second World War Instruction Leaflets 2007, Michael O'Mara Books

ISBN-13: 9781843172642

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