In Britain bread not rationed in World War 2, but was rationed in 1946.
cos we had no food
bread and fruit
Yes, nearly all food items were rationed. Potatoes were no exception.
During World War I, food was rationed to prevent food shortages and hoarding of food. Foods that were rationed were sugar, meat, butter, cheese and margarine. Ration cards were issued and people had to register with their butcher and grocer to purchase these foods.
there was food clothing/cloth and tires and gas Rationed in WWII.
vegetables,wheat , fruit.
They didn't have enough.
food and clothes were rationed during the blitz because people were selfishly using them as dildos.
Food, Gasoline, rubber, metal
They often grew their own food like veg to eat
People in Britain drank coffee, wine, and alcohol during World War 1. Many foods were rationed during WWI including butter, milk, and meats. Carrots were the one food that was not rationed in Britain.
During World War II many products were rationed, including butter and sugar,Caught in a snowstorm when the car broke down, the family rationed the little food they had with them.
Food and Clothes were rationed so that everyone had the same and nobody else had more or less it was somthing to make everything fair to everyone !
Food, gasoline, rubber, sugar, leather, silk, copper
Gasoline, food, nylon, and rubber
Many of the countries who fought in ww2 were rationed. Food and gasoline were two main items that were rationed in ww2.
Food was not rationed in the US during the Great Depression. Many people had difficulty buying it, but the government did not impose rationing until the need arose to send large quantities of food overseas to the armed forces during World War 2.
yes, of course this is why food was rationed.
food was given out in small peace's.
Sugar was rationed to civilians because it was needed to create food - mostly candy bars - for US troops fighting overseas.