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Fish and chips

by Angela Ng

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Contributed by 
Angela Ng
People in story: 
Alan Clark
Location of story: 
Sunderland North East
Background to story: 
Civilian
Article ID: 
A4425310
Contributed on: 
11 July 2005

This is Emma Walker of Southmoor Comunity School entering Alan Clark's story onto the websight and they fully understand the websight terms and conditions of use.
Just befor and during the war, my mum and dad had a fish and chip shop. During the war when everything was rationed, and people didn’t have a lot of money, they would exchange their ration coupons for fish and chips, and so as a young boy I always had plenty of sweet coupons as sweets were one of the things they rationed.

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