Food in WWII

History of Sorts


Anyone who knows me knows that I take my food seriously. Never mind the danger to my family or me, the deprivation of my daily requirements of food would probably be enough reason for me to go to war.

Luckily enough I never had to go a day without food(although it would have done me no harm). during WWII however some of my family had to do with tulip bulbs for food, apparently it tastes a bit like onion.

Even though none of my family ever mentioned this, I do know that not every cat was assured of any of its 9 lives during the war.(I hear it tastes like chicken) But that was the case in the Netherlands and most of the other occupies countries.

Although food wise Britain and the US fared better then the occupied countries they also had to ration their food.


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