The word rationed means to supply as little as possible. During the holocaust period, the Nazi's rationed potatoes to the Jewish captives.
In Britain bread not rationed in World War 2, but was rationed in 1946.
Fresh fish was not rationed Fresh fish was not rationed
Water was not rationed. Potatoes were not rationed because they were plentiful in the USA but in England they were rationed. Depending on which country or area where you lived pork meats were not rationed. Things like salt. baking soda, spices, vanilla, baking powder were not on the ration lists. Some medicines were not rationed but antibiotics and medicines needed in the war front were rationed amongst the medical facilities. In the USA some vegetables and fruit did not need to be rationed but the people were encouraged to grow victory gardens so the vegetables and fruits used in the military forces' rations and kitchens could be plentiful. In England they had rationing for ten years and it was for an extensive list of things. Cars were not rationed because they discontinued building cars in both countries. The gasoline was rationed as well as tires. Blackout Drapery and Curtains were not rationed. Sand bags were not rationed. Things like dishes, photos, stationary, etc were not rationed.
Cigarettes and meat were the main rationed items
How should the food be rationed in case of emergency.
Many of the countries who fought in ww2 were rationed. Food and gasoline were two main items that were rationed in ww2.
On 8 January 1940, bacon, butter and sugar were rationed.
Yes it was. Almost everything was rationed!
Coal was rationed in world war 2
All the food has been rationed.Nylon was rationed in World War 2 because it was needed to make parachutes with.
there was food clothing/cloth and tires and gas Rationed in WWII.
A specific item was rationed by letting people buy only a certain amount of it. Usually, the rationed items were expensive ones, such as meat, wheat, and steel.
list five items that were rationed during WWII and why they were rationed.
Gasoline was never rationed during the 1950s. During World War II. Gasoline was rationed. Gasoline rationing stopped in the fall of 1945.
No, in the United States no vegetables were rationed. The only things I remember as being rationed were butter, sugar, meat and gasoline. We had coupons for gasoline and tokens for the edible things.
It was not rationed the amount of bread you could get was determined by how much money you had.
No. EVERYTHING was rationed. Tobacco, Rubber, Gasoline, much more
The only reason why we still have gasoline is because the US government has rationed it.
Bread itself wasn't rationed but all the ingredients used for making it was.
rationed their supplies
rationed their supplies
Its true that not everything was rationed, but it also did not mean that those items were available or affordable. No rationing existed for milk, eggs, bread, fresh fruit and vegetables, spaghetti, noodles, macaroni, chicken, fish (unless it was canned), dried fruits like raisins and prunes, jams and jellies and cottage cheese. ____ It varied from country to country and from year to year. Milk and eggs were, in fact rationed in Britain for most of the World War 2. In Italy, pasta (spaghetti, noodles, macaroni) was rationed from 1941-45. In Britain tea was rationed, but coffee was not rationed ...
no it was not