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In May an opinion poll found that rationing and wartime food shortages had barely made any impact on American meals. Two-thirds of the women surveyed asserted that their diet had changed very little since the introduction of rationing, and three-quarters of the women acknowledged that the size of their meals had stayed the same.
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The War That Changed the World. One hundred years ago the First World War set the course for the modern world: for the countries that took part nothing would be the same again.
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How World War I Changed Literature.The first world war broke out because of miscalculations. European leaders acted like a “generation of sleepwalkers that stumbled unawares over the ledge of doom during that halcyon summer of ,” explains the work The Fall of the Dynasties —The Collapse of the Old Order Within weeks, the assassination of an Austrian archduke plunged all the major European powers into a war.