By Margaret Barnett
Because of the quite excessive share of imports in Britain’s nutrition offer and the decided efforts of the enemy to sever the availability strains, effective administration of meals assets used to be an important point within the British nationwide struggle attempt. This quantity used to be the 1st complete research of this very important element of presidency method and fills a spot within the historiography of this era. This quantity presents a balanced photo through drawing jointly the various parts that went into nutrition coverage: fiscal and social developments, overseas exchange kin and labour matters. the writer additionally lines the evolution of meals coverage in the course of the pre-war making plans interval and the early a part of the battle, and analyses the jobs of the U.S. and the labour companies.
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