When the going gets tough

“When the going gets tough … the tough get going.” While WWII was devastating the world, 1939-1945, everything got pretty tough for all the people in our world.
While factories that produced for both domestic use and exports were being bombed and farmers fields that produced nourishment for the old world were turned into battlefields leaving millions either low on food or starving, on this side of the ocean many everyday items like gas, rubber, sugar, butter, nylon stocking and even leather boots were a few of the rationed articles.
Factories that produced cars, trucks and tractors were switched over to . . .

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