food rationing


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food rationing

nrazionamento alimentare
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Owners of a bakers'shop appeared at Stirling Sheriff Court in March, 1949, charged with breaching food rationing regulations introduced nine years earlier during World War Two.
The PM said that food rationing has to be stopped, confirming that the cabinetis in front of a country that needs reform, development and rebuilding in all the sectors of health, agriculture, industry, education as well as housing.
ATTACKS on the country's ships that brought over supplies at the start of the war led to nationwide food rationing from the start of 1940, which remained in place until 1954.
The employees were recruited from India as skilled laborers to work for the oil industry parts manufacturer but were then given inadequate pay, subjected to food rationing, and forced into substandard living conditions.