WHAT SOME GRANDMAS LOOKED LIKE IN EARLY 1960'S - SWEET!

WHAT SOME GRANDMAS LOOKED LIKE IN EARLY 1960'S - SWEET!

British WWII poster discouraging wasting food (Imperial War Museum)

Every last bite: Why wasting animal protein is unethical

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"Salvage Up Housewives and at em - put out your paper, metal, bones Artist Yates-Wilson" from War Art in The National Archives (UK)

9th September 1939: Housewives of Roupell Street, London, painting kerbs white to help night time traffic during WW II. (Photo by Harry Todd/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

September Housewives of Roupell Street, London, painting curbs white to help night time traffic during WW II. (Photo by Harry Todd/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

In this photo taken in 1951, British housewives toss pancakes in skillets as they run through the streets of Olney, England, in the community’s annual race which follows a 500-year-old tradition. via reddit

British housewives toss pancakes in skillets as they run through the streets of Olney, England, 1951

Members of the British Housewives' League demonstrating against food rations outside the House of Commons in 1951, six years after the end of the Second World War

Members of the British Housewives' League demonstrating against food rations outside the House of Commons in six years after the end of the Second World War

18th-century American Women: The proper English kitchen, when we were still the British American colonies...

Frontispiece from Martha Bradley’s “The British Housewife or, The Cook Housekeeper’s and Gardiner’s Companion 1756

Mending Time...There is just something about this I love.Reminds me of my grandmother.

St Edmund's Crafty Knitters (Downham Market, Norfolk): Knit for Victory - knitting garments during drive to provide goods to servicemen and women during the war - all from Life Magazine -

The British Housewives Invade Bravo — Meet The Real Housewives Of Cheshire!

Yesterday, ITV announced that the hit reality series, The Real Housewives of Cheshire has been renewed for a second season.

Because she wrote to the Minister of Health, making practical suggestions for easing the burden of British housewives, Mrs Beatrice Wilson of Hackney, East London, has been invited to join the Central Housing Advisory Committee. Positions held by Mrs Wilson, who has been married for 28 years, include, Town Councillor for Hackney; Justice of the Peace; member of the Juvenile Advisory Committee& Honorary Secretary of Hackney Conservative Association 1944

Because she wrote to the Minister of Health, making practical suggestions for easing the burden of British housewives, Mrs Beatrice Wilson of Hackney, East London, has been invited to join the Central Housing Advisory Committee. Positions held by Mrs Wilson, who has been married for 28 years, include, Town Councillor for Hackney; Justice of the Peace; member of the Juvenile Advisory Committee& Honorary Secretary of Hackney Conservative Association 1944

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