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You could only get a bit of bacon, about 5 rashers and about 2 pounds of meat.

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Q: How much ration of meat could you get in World War 2?
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How much food did you get in World War 2?

If you were lucky you would get k ration. They were an important source of food for WWII soldiers. A K ration was also a pocket ration for paratroopers .... but large, pockets that were designed to be able to hold a k ration box. A C ration is an already canned food sent in to the soldiers. If you got or had none of those you had to eat a German soldier. To finish off you would not get to much food to eat during World War 2.


How much was a ration of bread in Auschwitz during World War 2?

350 grams of bread


How much would a World War 2 Ration Coupon Booklet be worth today?

$3000


A sentence for the word ration?

The United Kingdom was an island of nations and it was small geographically. It was not able to grow all the types of foods and grain products because it was in a climate that could not sustain those crops. So when World War 2 started they had to continue to import food products and feed their service people. So they chose to ration food. Each person in the UK was issued a ration card. That ration card indicated what a person could buy and how much he or she could buy. The troops received "field rations". They were given their portions.


What could a concern for eating a meat diet?

too much meat


How much is a ration coupon from the depression worth?

It is valid for redemption for one ration.


What were ration booklets?

During the Second World War, you couldn't just walk into a shop and buy as much sugar or butter or meat as you wanted, nor could you fill up your car with gasoline whenever you liked. All these things were rationed, which meant you were only allowed to buy a small amount (even if you could afford more). The government introduced rationing because certain things were in short supply during the war, and rationing was the only way to make sure everyone got their fair share. War ration books and tokens were issued to each American family, dictating how much gasoline, tires, sugar, meat, silk, shoes, nylon and other items any one person could buy.


Why the horse doesn't eat meat?

Horses do not eat meat becasue they are herbivores. Their digestive system is geared to consuming plant material especially grasses and grains with their teeth especially suitable for eating these materials. Their teeth are not made to tear at and consume raw flesh as an omnivore or carnivore's are. They can digest(cooked and ground) meat and blood meal if it is added to a grain ration to boost protein content, but tend to dislike the taste if too much is added in a ration.


Can eating too much red meat cause migraines?

No, but eating too much red meat could lead to cancer or cardiovascular problems.


How were ration cards used in World War 2?

Go to this web page and bring up each book. example book 2 the stamps have a M on them ,that was for meat: http://www.scvs.com/stamp/exhib/ration/ Ration books were used in WW2. The government rationed food so we could feed our soldiers at war and feed civilians at the same time. Ration stamps came inside the book and had to be presented so you could actually buy rationed goods. Some goods were: canned foods, sugar, eggs, coffee, sugar, meats. Without a ration stamp, you could not buy rationed foods. There were very strict rules about exactly how to use them. Try searching "ration Books" , there are many sites which include more information.


Does a horses daily ration depends on how much work he does?

Yes


Meat that starts with a?

How about Angus Beef, American Bison, or Antelope? Are we counting fish and shellfish? In that case you could have abalone, anchovies or albacore (tuna). And in some parts of the world Ants are considered a delicacy. Not sure if there's much meat on them though.