Your a idiot for asking this question.
Cards for rationing.
Rationing happpend in Britain
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What is food rationing, and victory gardens?
Rationing affected everyone.
Rationing was done during World War II.We are rationing the chocolate during our diet.
No, there was no rationing in korean war
Clothes Rationing started 2 years after food rationing! And it ended on 15 March 1949.
when did rationing start in WW2?
because they couldn't go out and by it becauseof the bomb
prices can not act as rationing device
rationing outlived WWII.
In Britain rationing lasted 14 years. From 1940 to 1954. In Western Germany rationing lasted 15 years.
We're rationing our party supplies, this week.
There was rationing in both jurisdictions. Rationing in the Republic was less severe however and ended before rationing in the North ended.
Food rationing began in 1939 then ended in 1954
Sweet rationing was ended in either 1952 or 1953
Rationing was necessary because there was a lack of food and cloths
Rationing continued on many items until 1954.•1948- The end of rationing begins. It is another 5 years before rationing of all products is stopped.•25 July 1948 - end of flour rationing•15 March 1949 - end of clothes rationing•19 May 1950 - rationing ended for canned and dried fruit, chocolate biscuits, treacle, syrup, jellies and mincemeat.•September 1950 - rationing ended for soap•3 October 1952 - Tea rationing ended•February 1953 - Sweet and sugar rationing ends•4 July 1954 - Food rationing ends
In any sane society rationing is only used during a emergency.
Rationing happened in both World war one & two
Price is the rationing mechanism. Whoever can afford it, will by it.
During the war, people endured food-rationing.
Rationing stopped because the war was over and there wasn't a shortage of food anymore.