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- 10 August 2005
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Rationing was pretty bad, but we coped, it was a case of having to, you realised what was happening. Some people tried to beat the rationing with black market stuff and all this, but I think it was very fair to everybody. Clothing coupons seemed to be shared about more than anything, people would say “Well, I don’t need this,” and particularly among relatives, and some people would sell them too make money on them.
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