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If one 6000 ton grain ship is sunk (Poster)

BELUM.O552.1973

First World War propaganda poster; 'If:- one 6000 ton grain ship is sunk, then 2, 560, 000 (4 1/2 lb) weekly rations of bread are lost'. A poster raising awareness for people at the height of the German submarine war for the need to ration and not waste food.

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