BULLETS AND BREAD: The World War II Story of Feeding Americans at Home and on the Battlefield
World War II not only consisted of great and small battles, but also four years of victory gardens, rations on the home front, field rations in Normandy and the Pacific, cooks and bakers schools in Chicago, foodstuffs on boats, battleships and battlefields, and subdued dining halls in Washington. The author captures the remarkable team effort needed to win a war. Photos.
Publisher: History Publishing Co
Item #: 2828871
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