Food_Rationing

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Food had to be rationed during the war and people had to get their ration book stamped  by the shopkeeper.  Why do you think this was?   Answer fully. Supermarkets didn't exist in the 1940s. People had to go to different shops and ask the  shopkeeper for the thing that they wanted.  Why do you think they had to register with  these shops?  This woman is in a grocer's shop. Can you spot the box of dried eggs?  Circle it with a People were asked to save leftover food, which was collected in big bins.  Why do you  think this was?  Look at the photograph for clues. This woman is buying her weekly ration of chocolate. Each person was only  allowed about 90 grams! What if she had wanted more?  What would she  have had to do? Everyone was asked to grow as much food as possible, and every bit of  space was used.   This picture shows girls growing food in their school  grounds!!  What food do you think it is?
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