Jennifer's Reviews > Eating for Victory: Food Rationing and the Politics of Domesticity

Eating for Victory by Amy Bentley
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Mar 18, 2008

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Having gotten interested in Victory Gardens, I found this research into WWII food politics full of new ideas. It mostly focused on food rationing, which is interesting though I didn't have the time to go into it in much depth, and it drew out the gendered propaganda and the class differences in how the domestic "front" was approached.

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