The Food Companions

Cinema and Consumption in Wartime Britain, 1939-45
Farmer, Richard (Book - 2011 )
The Food Companions

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The introduction of rationing ensured that food became a central concern for the British people during the Second World War. 'The Food Companions' investigates the cinema of this period and demonstrates the cultural impact that rationing and food control had on both government propaganda and commercial feature films.
Authors: Farmer, Richard
Statement of Responsibility: Richard Farmer
Title: The food companions
cinema and consumption in wartime Britain, 1939-45
Publisher: Manchester, UK ;, New York, NY :, Manchester University Press,, 2011
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