The Republic of Ireland was neutral during World War 2. However, they were still affected by food shortages, particularly imported food.
yes there was.
Childhood was likely difficult in most parts of the world during World War 1. There were food shortages, and many males were absent from the home and serving the war.
Because of money
The British used rationing to deal with the food shortages during and after wars. During both World War I and World War II, Germans targeted ships taking food to Britain, intentionally trying to starve them.
Food shortages and heavy casualties during World War I
Citizens of the south suffered food shortages during the civil war because of the difficulties of planting, and harvesting crops. Many of those who normally did these jobs were away fighting the war. Fields were neglected, and this led to the food shortage.
They didnt have the access to food which led to food shortages
Increasing shortages of food, fuel, etc.
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.
coffee sugar and gasoline were been shortages in the second world war.
really it was beacause of the disasters on the world war I battlefields but,also food shortages, and fuel shortages
Found another man.
There was shortages of foods and clothes.
So there would be more food to go around as there were shortages due to food not being able to be transported to different countries.
Money, Food, Ammunition, Gunpowder, soldiers.
In Germany and Austria there were severe food shortages in the final stages of World War 1, and many people died of starvation.
The ingredients in the cookies were rationed and they could not make the cookies when the ingredients were needed for the troop and for England who had serious food shortages.
Herbert Hoover, in 1492
Both Germany and Britain tried to starve each other. Food shortages in Germany became severe towards the end of the war.