Communal Meals in England

Brailsford, H. N.
March 1941
New Republic;3/24/41, Vol. 104 Issue 12, p400
Focuses on the growth of communal meals in England. Reports on the task of Ministry of food; Provision of communal cooked meal; Claims that the cost of living has risen steeply in the country; Technique followed by Ministry; Description about the kitchen in a school in London; Information about the number of people that dined daily in the school.


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