RATIONING IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR, 1942
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A view of a tray containing the ration book for a Mr Norman Franklin and his weekly rations of sugar, tea, margarine, 'national butter', lard, eggs, bacon and cheese.
Tray containing a ration book and the weekly ration of sugar, tea, margarine, 'national butter', lard, eggs, bacon and cheese as issued to an adult in Britain during 1942.