"Rationing started, which would’ve made daily life quite tough. Just getting the food on the table, et cetera. But we were never—it never got to the point where we were gonna starve, I don’t think. And later on, of course, we got a lot of food from America because I remember very clearly the boxes of dried egg that came from the United States. They were little square boxes—khaki color—with the government contract number printed down the side, and the American eagle printed on the other side. I still remember. We ate a lot of dried egg. My mother cooked it in many ways. And also dried milk that came from America and Canada. Canada was very generous and helpful to the United Kingdom in the Second World War. So Canada and the United States fed a lot of the working class people of England."