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Coverage. Why are primary sources important?. History as it was written. “To deal with sometimes extreme shortages, the Ministry of Food instituted a system of rationing.

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Coverage


Why are primary sources important?


History as it was written

“To deal with sometimes extreme shortages, the Ministry of Food instituted a system of rationing.

To buy most rationed items, each person had to register at chosen shops, and was provided with a ration book containing coupons. The shopkeeper was provided with enough food for registered customers.

Purchasers had to take ration books with them when shopping, so the relevant coupon or coupons could be cancelled.”


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Encourage Critical Thinking

The Times, Tuesday, Mar 21, 1933

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  • History

  • English Literature

  • English Language

  • Media Studies

  • Sociology

  • Drama and Theatre Studies

  • Religious Studies

  • Government and Politics

  • Business Studies


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