What is the value of World War II rationing coupons dated 1945?
$25 see ebay
What is the value of a 1945 aluminum ashtray with raised lettering saying world 1945 war ii 20 mm shot with the shot standing upright?
the value of this item is $6,545,645,156,489,412,345,554.01. p.s. noone ficken cares
In England, very little. In 1940 you were allowed to spend 1s10d (one shilling and ten pence, twenty pennies, a twelfth of a pound) per person per week on meat. B7 1942 this w…as down to 1s - a twentieth of a pound. Early in the war, a shilling would buy thre or four pounds of lamb, but prices rose as time went on. It was impossible by 1945 to have meat every day without cheating.. Please remember also that rationing did not end with the war; in the UK, meat came off the ration only in 1954.
War ration coupons were coupons used during world war two and they were considered money. You would use them to buy your food, but because the food levels were so low, you cou…ld only buy a certain amount.
rationing outlived WWII.
any meat to the value of 1 shilling and 10 pence :-) . (PER WEEK). any meat to the value of 1 shilling and 10 pence :-) . (PER WEEK).
So they didn't run out of supplies if some one was a hog, he would cost more money than any one else
They are pretty rare now so you could donate them to a local museum that has WW2 items, sell them on EBay, or keep them.
people rationed many things so that the military forces could get supplies. Not everything was rationed though. things like pens and paper were not rationed. people tried to e…at less meat so that it could go to the military.
no, well not really
Rations were limits on food that you could typically buy. For example, in Anne Frank's Diary, they were in the annex of Anne's father's work office, hiding from the Nazi polic…e. They were given ration books. They only had few amounts of food each day.
sugar, oil, butter, leather, rice, and many other items.
Eggs, Milk, Bread, Canned food, etc.
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Food, gasoline, rubber, sugar, leather, silk, copper
Many things happened after WW2. Different things happened in different countries but as I am from England I shall write about what happened to us. Due to the fact that the…re were many deaths and injuries in WW2, households could not fully pay for medical treatments, mainly because of the recession that naturally comes after war. But, in 1948 a man called Aneurin Bevan created the NHS (National Health Service); this meant that all medical, dental, surgical and all round Health treatments were completely free. Everything was completely free until in 1952 when you then had to pay 1-shilling (5p) for a prescription. As most people know, food and material rationing went on during the war. But what people don't know is that it finished in 1954, almost 10 years after WW2 ended. This is purely because of the recession that happened after the war and also the fact that many more men were returning home. Food rationing actually became a lot stricter after 1945, such as even a necessity like bread then became rationed. There is quite a lot more as well but I feel like you will not find it useful. One of the main things that happened after WW2 was that Nazi Germany was occupied as a defeated nation: Divided up between the Allies and the Soviet Union. Three main sections were: The Soviet section: The British section The American section: A lot of its top government officials and military officers were put on trail as war criminals. Eventually the western part of Germany was untied as a free country. Japan surrendered and was occupied by the U.S. It also lost part of it's land (islands) to the Soviet Union because they had entered the war days after the U.S. dropped the first Atomic Bomb on Japan.