Rationing sometimes decided the outcome of major battles, with the countries affected running out of supplies and being forced to concede. It was used by both sides but more aggressively by Germany and the Central Powers.
Yes there was!
to conserve materials
There was very strict rationing in Germany is World War I, especially toward the end of the war when there was scarcity of almost everything.
In Germany and Austria there were severe food shortages in the final stages of World War 1, and many people died of starvation.
during the war the Germans bombed the food importations to places so there wasn't enough food- so they had to spread this small supply out evenly- hence rationing. :)
The rationing during World War 1 had a major effect on the British people. They were forced to eat less, grow their own foods and raise their own animals for food. Clothing, gasoline and even fruits were rationed.
The European countries involved in World War 1 introduced food rationing. Obviously, this involved issuing ration-books.
His assassination sparked the war
By the experiences of the authors in world war I...
It faciitated its acceptance.
Influence was a plauge that occurred in world war 1 by world war 2 the plauge had gone.
yes. i believe so
yes there were cigarettes during world war 1 though because of rationing length of smokes were only about 1 inch /2.3 cms long and stubb much longer than today
Rationing didn't start until the end of WW1, whereas in WW2 it started almost immediately. The amounts of food rationed were different. In WW2 clothing was rationed. In WW1 the poor civilians were happy with rationing as, paradoxically, they had access to more food and a better lifestyle. However the rich people were not so happy with it and attempted to get more food from the black market. There was a thriving black market during both wars.
At the onset of World War I, people believed that it was patriotic to support the war. Propaganda was used to influence the opinion of the war.
They made food rationing and price controlThe World War I purchases did create a booming economy, but the Allies were limited by their ability to pay for purchases.
rationing coupons were copons used during world war 1 and 2. they were used so that everone would get their fair share.also because we were in short supply so the government said we have an amount of things u can buy
No, he had no political power or influence over the governments
To what end? The US gained no territories as a result of the First World War.