Regular price $39.00
Type: Print On Demand Image
Collections: Archive Photography, Children, Classic Photography, Figurative, Mirrorpix, Photographic Styles, Photography, Shops,
About this artwork
After the start of World War II, the UK government had to implement food rationing. This was a plan aimed at making sure everyone got an equal share during a period of nationwide scarcity. Throughout this period, sugar was one of the primary food items to be rationed. The rationing of sweets didn't end until February 5th, 1953. Once it did, kids across Britain immediately dashed to their local candy store.
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