How much did food and goods cost in England during World War 2?

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Because of the near bankruptcy of Britain, the price of food and other goods may very will have cost a small fortune.
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Who were the allies of England during World War 2?

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How much did money did World War 2 cost England?

It was roughly worked out in 1990 to have cost $2,091.3 billion dollars which in 1990 exchange rate was about $2 to a £1 which would means it would have cost £1045.65 billion pounds. hopefully this helps.

What was the lifestyle of civilians in England during World War 2?

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What happened in England during World War 2?

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What work did children have in England during World War 2?

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Who was the leader of England during World War 2?

Winston Churchill, who was Prime Minister of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. England is a part of but not the same as The United Kingdom and there has never been a Prime Minister of England. Winston Churchill

How much did things cost during World War 2?

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What was rationed during World War 2 in England?

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What was England like during and after World War 2?

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England president during World War 2?

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How much money did World War One cost England?

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What was life like in England during World War 2?

life in Britain was very dule and a lot of people starved and got seriosly ill due to financial issues and having no internet..................................................................................................................plus im under your mums bed .................hahahahh

Type of government in England during world war 2?

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Who was the queen of England during World War 2?

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What battles did England fight during World War 2?

Poland Answer There is just to many to list, but Germanys first defeat during ww2 was at the hands of the British ad that was The Battle of Britain, wich was a very significant battle to win and one of the big contributions of winning ww2. But overall there is to many to list.

Who was the General of England during World War 2?

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How much food did you get in World War 2?

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What battles did England fight in during world war 2?

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Who supplied food to England in world war 2?

it was the Americans. some food went rotten when the shipping companies went on strike. Like in new york the shipping company went on strike and the eggs went rotten, before the eggs got to England you could apparently smell the eggs over 5 miles away! yuk! the eggs were put in a ditch and closed up (MORE)

What was Englands Airforce called during World War 2?

During World war 2 the British Airforce went through drastic changes but its name stayed the same and is still the same today, earlier the airforce was an army organization, lending blue uniforms to the Russians in their revolution the airforce had green, when the revolution finished the uniforms we (MORE)

Did Germans land in England during World War 2?

Do a search on Shingle Street and decide ! . My guess this was a "test" for a full invasion and would have led to the end of England as a nation. Thank goodness for the channel. the RAF and the English people . Sieg Heil . Adolf

Englands generals during World War 2?

This information comes from Wikipedia under the heading of World War 2. . Dudley Pound was First Sea Lord and as such the professional head of the Royal Navy from June 1939 to September 1943. He chaired the Chiefs of Staff Committee, which was responsible to Winston Churchill for the British mili (MORE)

Why was England an ally to the US during world war 2?

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How many deaths did England have during World War 2?

England was not an independent country then, or even now. By calling all of Britain "England" you have deeply insulted me. The number of casualties suffered by Britain was; 382,700 military deaths and 67,100 civilian.

Did England invaded France during world war 2?

With "invasion" understood as "those already being there and claiming power" being against it, one can say that "England" (The British Empire) invaded Mainland France on at least two occasions: 1) The Dieppe Raid, a half-large size experimental attempt to get som info (or so we have been told), 2) J (MORE)

How much did monopoly cost during World War 2?

In the United States it probably cost $1.00 considering bread was purchased for 5 for a dollar and gasoline was around .28 cents a gallon. You could get a Coca Cola for a nickel. However, consider this: The average American female made around $35 a month at their jobs. Women in the war plants made m (MORE)

How did canned food help during world war 2?

Canned food was used in the K Rations and the rations of the UK forces world wide. This allowed the troops to get protein, fruit, vegetables that were not dried and blah. However, most troops hated the Spam ham and even wrote back home to their families not to send spam. Some of the poor navy boys g (MORE)

What was a cost-plus system during world war 2?

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