Rations As from 1940 people used ration books

Food and clothing ration books were given to make sure that everyone had a fair share.
One persons weekly ration
Actual food allowances.
Bananas were not available during the WW2. Many young children would not see a banana until the war ended.
People queued for many hours at different local shops for their food because there was no supermarkets.

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