In Britain bread not rationed in World War 2, but was rationed in 1946.
bread and fruit
yes during the world war 2. Sugar, butter and coffee was also rationed
Yes all the time, many tinned, dry and jared foods were rationed this included bread stale or not
Coal was rationed in world war 2
Because people feared that another world war would errupt.
yes fruit was rationed in world war 2!
Bread was continued to be rationed in Europe and the UK after the war was over. The US and Canada were supplying the bread for many nations and people. They had to distribute it fairly and equally so rationing was still in place for bread and most foods.
Flour was rationed in the US but I don't know about bread. It may have just been harder to find since flour was rationed.
No, the British government, aware of the impact rationing had on morale, never rationed bread, potatoes, cigarettes or beer.
You need to specify a country and a time. There's a widespread misconception that specific goods were simply either rationed or not rationed and that the amount(s) allowed then remained constant throughout the war. The tendency in all coutries was for more and more things to be rationed, and for the amounts allowed to be reduced. In Britain, for example, bread was not rationed during World War 2, only afterwards!
No they were not
bread egg sweets milk sugar meat clothing flour butter soap
Yes it was. Almost everything was rationed!
It was rationed for things such as tires for military tanks, and rubber was a much-needed necessity during World War 2.
bacon and other meat, fruit , bread and vegetables , most things really____It varied from country to country and changed often during the war. In most European countries animal products were rationed for most of World War 2, for example:MeatMilkCheeseEggs(In Britain bread was not rationed till shortly after the war).Sugar, cooking oils and fats, tea, coffee(?), milk, flour, meat, dairy products, eggs, and chocolate were rationed in the UK and the USA and Canada.
Sugar, coffee, eggs, milk, bread, meat, some vegetables and fruit, and flour.