Light-hearted item about clothes rationing.
Soldiers get good rations to celebrate the last Christmas of the war.
Peter West compresses food extracts to make concentrated rations for servicemen.
The British Army Catering Corps show how to cook your rations.
Comedian Jerry Verno dresses as a housewife and sings about clothes rationing.
Government trailer showing the groups of people that are guaranteed a daily ration of milk.
Fashion expert Anne Edwards combats hat rationing by making stylish turbans from scarves.
The Sykes family combat petrol rationing - they ride around Sale in a pedal-powered car.
Trailer about rationing use of gas and electricity, starring Naughton Wayne.
M of I trailer about moths - replacing clothes damaged by moth grubs wastes rations!
A woman tries out pair of (not very glamorous) shoes with wooden soles.
People show how they can economise in wartime life - especially over cigarettes and sugar.
Good shots of ATS girls preparing food for soldiers at lonely army guard posts.
Repatriated prisoners of war arrive in Liverpool and give interviews to camera.
Glamorous model demonstrates different ways of tying headscarf.
Trainer André asks Mick the dog various questions which he answers in barks.
Actress Wilma Vanne demonstrates how to make a wartime snack from roe and potatoes.
Customers bring paper for wrapping goods, flowers in a lamp post and army tent pegs made.
The Two Leslies - Holmes and Sarony - sing and play "Won't it be Wonderful?".
An outdoor exhibition in blitzed London shows everything needed to equip an army.
Pathe pays tribute to housewives for their war efforts.
A woman makes stockings out of old hat netting.
Quirky item about hats, with cartoons by Joe Noble.
Ministry of Information cartoon trailer about rationing fuel consumption.
Trailer urging people to re-style their old clothes and save clothing coupons for the essential.
Item showing how batteries work and how to make your own.
Wooden soled shoes being made in Somerset.
Furrier Mr. Grubert shows off latest in utility furs to customer at London showroom.
Anne Edwards gives advice on how to make your own slippers and save clothing coupons.
Fashion item about how a woman can make the same dress look completely different everyday.
Item showing women how to recycle evening gowns into practical daytime dresses.
Mr Grubert remodels old fur coats to give them a new fashionable look.
A Wren borrows a frock from British War Relief wedding dress loan service
Designer Olive O'Neill at work on simple but elegant tweed dress.
Item showing how to make new women's clothes and hats out of men's old ones.
Fashion tips for using scraps of old material, and making two hats out of one.
An early version of the farmers' market.
Trailer advising people to save their clothing coupons for emergencies only
Peggy Desmond plays 'Yours' and 'When We're Home, Sweet Home Again' plus animation.
Good footage of the comic duo of McGregor and West dressed as old women.
Women in the news.
Leslies Holmes and Sarony entertain with a song called 'Don't You Know There's A War On?'.
Very funny item compares a visit to the grocer's in peacetime and wartime.
Imagining what car of future will look like, with diagrams by Joe Noble.
Peter Sinclare sings about 'Frugal Dougal, Minister of Meanness' and urges us to save.
British Army Catering Corps at work in field kitchen and demonstrating Tommy stove.
Christmas onboard a battleship - giant Christmas pudding and small service.
King George VI inspects Naval Cadets, Queen Elizabeth visits Ministry of Food.
Small trawler takes supplies out to Royal Navy warships anchored in Channel.
Story of bombed out family in Southwark from their rescue to entering temporary accommodation.