Reproductions of ration coupons used during World War II, which were issued to all registered civilians (including Jews) as well as Wehrmacht soldiers on home leave during World War II. Allotment coupons were introduced to Germany in late August 1939, shortly before the outbreak of war. These coupons did not allow for free purchase and therefore the food still had to be paid for.
Trading on the black market or stealing these coupons was considered a crime. Which resulted in detention in a forced labor camp as a death sentence in later wars.
Coupons can be used in the reconstruction of the period life of villagers as well as the addition of an exhibition of personal items of the population as well as a Wehrmacht soldier.
- BASIC COUPONS
- JEWISH COUPONS- ration coupons intended for Jews during World War II
- BREAD COUPONS