Every person in Britain was given a ration book.
They had to register and buy their food from their chosen shops.
Rationing of food lasted for 14 years and ended on July 4, 1954. Read more
A replica nickle brass threepence bearing the bust of George VI. Read more
A replica silver sixpence featuring the bust of George VI. Read more
This wonderful world war two colouring poster pack comes with 4 A3 posters, 6 coloured pencils and some handy educational notes. Read more
'Hadaway Hitler' is based on Blaydon born John Solomons childhood memories during Britains 'Finest hour' of World war two. Read more
These cards are packed with fascinating facts about the most important planes, ships, tanks, and other vehicles used during World War Two. Read more
As part of the 'National Registration Act' of 1939, every man woman and child had to carry an Identity card. Read more
A charming 98 page hardback book produced by English Heritage, looking at the art of cookery during the 'ration years' Read more