History of War

WWII THIS MONTH… JANUARY 1940

BRITISH RATIONING BEGINS

From 8 January, the purchase of a range of everyday food products came under regulation by the UK government, in order to control food shortages expected as a result of the German U-boat campaign. Dairy

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