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To pay for militarise debt for World War 2

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They had to ration them, there was not enough goods. If they had not rationed it then businesses would have driven up prices. And to make it fair to everyone and prevent cost rises they rationed them.The rest of the goods were needed for the war.because there wasn't much!Because the military had first choice.


Yes. Rationing was slowly reduced and eventually ended completely in 1954


In Britain bread not rationed in World War 2, but was rationed in 1946.


Metal was needed to build ships, planes, and tanks; so, individuals had to wait until after the war for new consumer goods made of metal. There were even scrap drives to collect metal to be recycled into armaments.


Yes it was. Almost everything was rationed!


list five items that were rationed during WWII and why they were rationed.


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!


I just read a news article that said fish and chips were not rationed during the war


wheat was rationed, items such as bread, oats,and cereal


Gasoline was never rationed during the 1950s. During World War II. Gasoline was rationed. Gasoline rationing stopped in the fall of 1945.


Tires and shoes. Gasoline. Leather goods. Some clothing.


The rationed items were resources that were needed for the war effort. If they were not rationed, they would not be available for the military effort.


During World War II many products were rationed, including butter and sugar,Caught in a snowstorm when the car broke down, the family rationed the little food they had with them.


yes during the world war 2. Sugar, butter and coffee was also rationed




gasoline, sugar, eggs, meat. As the war went on more and more things were rationed


Yes, nearly all food items were rationed. Potatoes were no exception.


there was food clothing/cloth and tires and gas Rationed in WWII.


Coffee was allowed during World War II in Copenhagen. It was one of the many items that was rationed in Denmark during this time. Cigarettes and gasoline were also rationed.


It was rationed for things such as tires for military tanks, and rubber was a much-needed necessity during World War 2.



The answer will vary from country to country. In Britain most meat was rationed from 1940-1954.


During World War 2, imported goods that included tinned items were rationed in Britain, and these were worth 16 points in your ration book. This was for a four week period. The items could be tinned fish and dried fruits.


Postage stamps were never rationed. They could be purchased at the post office in any quantities desired. Goods and war related materials were rationed, things such as sugar, butter, shoes, tires and gasoline.



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