The Home Front WW2 - Rationing
During WW2 due to the lack of food the goverment introduced a system of
food rationing on fair shares for everyone policy.
Food prices were fixed at a standard rate so there was no over-charging,
in order that the poorer people would not go without. Everyone was
expected to adhere to rationing, including the Royal Family, although
those that lived in the country enjoyed some benefits - extra eggs and
vegetables, for example.
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