who invented the ration books
Ration books is a plural noun. The singular is ration book.
The European countries involved in World War 1 introduced food rationing. Obviously, this involved issuing ration-books.
the colours of ration books were red = adult green=general blue=child
Ration books were handed out during the World War 2, to help ration food, fuels & other important products.
Ration books were issued by the US government to allow everyone to have the same chance to get goods as everyone else. There is no exact number on how many ration books were issued but over 8000 ration offices were opened to control the rationing.
In Britain ration books where brought out in January 8th, 1940 and were taken out of use in 1954.
Ration books looked like little notebooks but inside them they're like little letter stamps
No, soldiers on active duty did not require ration books, the service provided for their needs.
basically everything, people had ration books for just sugar
called ration books or ration coupons.
5:2 or 2.5:1
Yes there were.
yellow, red, green, blue.
The colour of a ration book was very important as it made sure you had the right amount and types of food needed for your health. There are three different colours. Buff coloured ration books were for most aduts. Green ration book were for pregnant women, nursing mothers and children under 5. Blue ration books were for children between the age of 5 and 16 years old.
yes they did they had very small rations as well around 1 egg a week for 1 person
in ancient Egyptian times when Cleopatra was queen
The Ministry of Food
They are called ration books
yes there was
the British and US governments both issued ration books during WWII. they did this in Britain because Britain largely imported much of the "the necessities"(including but not limited to: sugar, tea, oil, wood, and produce). After WWII began, the Germans diseverly cut the amount of supplies reaching Britain by attacking the ships that carried them. In order to make sure that there was enough to go around, the British Government issued ration books(for more in fo about ration books in Britain, see what were ration books) in the US, ration books were issued so that the government could provide enough supplies to its soldiers. It was all to support the war effort.