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Why were clothes rationed during World War 2?


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2008-11-11 07:42:42
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== == The foods and clothes were very scarce during the Blitz and had to be put on rationing to share them out equally between families. Actually clothes rationing started in June of 1941 and it was done in order to free up factory space and about 450, 000 workers to make ammunition.


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