In Britain bread not rationed in World War 2, but was rationed in 1946.
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.
They often grew their own food like veg to eat
cos we had no food
because there was a shortage
Many of the countries who fought in ww2 were rationed. Food and gasoline were two main items that were rationed in ww2.
Coal was rationed in world war 2
bread and fruit
You would get a certain amount of food and clothes per week or couple of weeks in world war 2 if you were rationed.
Yes, nearly all food items were rationed. Potatoes were no exception.
All the food has been rationed.Nylon was rationed in World War 2 because it was needed to make parachutes with.
there was food clothing/cloth and tires and gas Rationed in WWII.
vegetables,wheat , fruit.
They didn't have enough.
Food was rationed because the Germans bombed are supply boats so we didn't have enough food. To share the food equally food was rationed. Not all food were but foreign food. Clothes were also rationed.
rationed food like salted beef
No, water was not a rationed food. however, things like potatoes, sugar, and meat were rationed. The government established special days such as meatless mondays and wheatless wednesdays.
yes fruit was rationed in world war 2!
14 years from 1939-1954