OK some of the products were stockings, shoes, food ( eggs,sugar,coffee,meats)and gas. That's about all i know
In Great Britain everything was rationed because the Germans had so imperiled trans-Atlantic shipping and obviously for the war effort. By the Way stocking were rationed because the silk was used as bags for holding propellant for field artillery shells. The silk cut down on sparks which would cause propellant to blow up. Shoes were rationed due to the obvious need for shoe leather for military boots and shoes.
called ration books or ration coupons.
Ration books were handed out during the World War 2, to help ration food, fuels & other important products.
They are called ration books
I print coupons, get them in the newspaper, get then off products (peelies), get sent coupons, and request coupon books.
who invented the ration books
Extra products that might be added to the ration listing. This provided some flexibility to add or remove certain items. Such as shoes, or tires.
The European countries involved in World War 1 introduced food rationing. Obviously, this involved issuing ration-books.
No, soldiers on active duty did not require ration books, the service provided for their needs.
Ration books is a plural noun. The singular is ration book.
Yes there were.
Yes. All countries involved in WW2 (and all occupied territories) had rationing and ration books. The only alternative to rationing by coupons would have been rationing by price. In most cases, this would have sent the prices of essentials sky high.