Sugar and its wartime controls, 1941-1947.
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Sugar and its wartime controls, 1941-1947.

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Published in New York? .
Written in English

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Places:

  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Sugar trade -- United States.,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Economic aspects -- United States.

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LC ClassificationsHD9105 .W5
The Physical Object
Pagination4 v. (1404 p.)
Number of Pages1404
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6045836M
LC Control Number49003973
OCLC/WorldCa3789930

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Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: b. Earl B. Wilson. His third book on the topic of diet and health, The Case Against Sugar, is a prosecutor’s brief, much like Yudkin’s own, but fleshed out with four decades’ worth of extra science and a. Ration Books. On May 5, , each person in the United States received a copy of War Ration Book One, good for a week supply of sugar. Initially, each stamp was good for one pound of sugar and could be used over a specified two-week period. On J , each stamp became good for two pounds of sugar over a four-week period.   On May 5, , each person in the United States received a copy of War Ration Book One, good for a week supply of sugar. Initially, each stamp was good for one pound of sugar and could be used over a specified two-week period. On J , each stamp became good for two pounds of sugar over a four-week period.

  Grocers began selling sugar again on May 5, but only to customers who presented their new war-ration books. Provided the grocer even had sugar to sell, he would tear out the coupon valid for the current two-week period. The shopper would pay about 8¢ and receive one pound of sugar, his or her allotment for that day period.   No sugar could legally be bought without stamps, and sugar rationing would continue until supplies returned to normal in Rationing started on January 8th , when bacon, butter and sugar were rationed (by weight), followed by meat in March (by price rather than weight). In July , tea, cooking fat, jam and cheese were also. But the desires generated by wealth were thwarted by shortages of every imaginable consumable as industry focused its energies on armaments. Instead, consumers were urged to save and, to encourage them, a vision of a post-war world of plenty was disseminated through advertising campaigns which spread the government’s propaganda messages while maintaining a brand presence in the eyes of.   Every American was entitled to a series of war ration books filled with stamps that could be used to buy restricted items (along with payment), and within weeks of the first issuance, more than

Spain refused, and this lead to the Ten Years War. This didn’t end up freeing Cuba (that was ) from Spain but it did end slavery in Cuba in After this, the US imported 82 percent of all Cuban sugar, so sugar interests in Cuba became controlled by American interests. Eventually 2/3 of Cuban sugar was controlled by American interests.   In Britain, during the First World War, to , queues for food had become dangerously long. A Ministry of Food was created to help with the homefront food situation, and rationing was introduced starting with sugar in December , then with meat and butter in February   The book is an informative history of sugar’s rise from a luxury to a staple, and its ubiquity in modern diets. But in connecting the history of slavery and sugar to the history of sugar’s. The Complete Sugar Control Strategy Guide: Easy Steps to Melt Away Belly Fat, Clear Your Arteries, and Control Your Blood Sugar Without Dangerous Drugs [FC&A Medical Publishing] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Complete Sugar Control Strategy Guide: Easy Steps to Melt Away Belly Fat, Clear Your Arteries, and Control Your Blood Sugar Without Dangerous DrugsReviews: