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Queues, U-boats and useless mouths: Food in WW2

Queues, U-boats and useless mouths: Food in WW2

Price: £5.00


with Mike Cooper

Thursday 25th July 2.00–4.00 pm

 Second talk of five in Shops and Businesses series

More people starved in WW2 than were killed by bombs or bullets. Britain suffered its most intensive blockade ever, yet emerged from the war healthier and with a better diet than ever before.  This fascinating talk looks at the choices made by the warring nations, and at food at home in Britain and the British Army.

includes tea or coffee and cake

Venue: Berkshire Family History Society
The Centre for Heritage and Family History
2nd Floor, Reading Central Library
Abbey Square
Reading
Berkshire, RG1 3BQ

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