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Économisons le pain en mangeant des pommes de terre Alternate Title Save Bread by Eating Potatoes Creator Vernet, Yvonne, artist Date 1916 Description Poster showing a steaming plate of potatoes, with a fork embedded in one, set on a blue-grey and red checked tablecloth. Subject World War, 1914-1918; World War, 1914-1918--Propaganda; Posters; Lithographs; World War, 1914-1918--Art and the war; World War, 1914-1918--Food supply--France; Child artists Language French Format Posters Extent 55 x…

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World War II "K-ration" The K-ration, developed by and named for University of Minnesota physiologist Ancel Keys, provided soldiers in World War II with calorie-rich foods and psychological sustenance in the form of cigarettes.

The World War I Victory Medal (WWIVM) is presented to members of the U.S. Armed Forces who meet the qualifying parameters as follows: Any military service from April 6, 1917 - November 11, 1918; Service in European Russia from November 12, 1918 - August 5, 1919 or Service with the American Expeditionary Force Siberia from November 23, 1918 - April 1, 1920.

From crossing cultural barriers with a cake, to starvation used as a brutal tool of war, Australian soldiers' letters and diaries reveal an urgently important relationship with what they ate.

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Photo of A Landsturm Duet Number 7859 Vintage 16303

Beef tea, potato pie and duff pudding: How to eat like a WW1 Tommy

Beef tea, potato pie and duff pudding: How to eat like a Tommy - Telegraph

A road side canteen provided by the YMCA, near Wytschaete on 11 August

Members of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps at work in a British Army bakery at Dieppe, France, on 10 February Photographer: Second Lieutenant David McLellan.

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