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Today in World War II History—3 May 1944

US poster about meat rationing, WWII

US poster about meat rationing, WWII

75 Years Ago—3 May 1944: Movie premiere of Going My Way, starring Bing Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald as Catholic priests.

US Office of Price Administration ends meat rationing, except for steak and choice beef (rationing is tightened again later). Read more: “Make It Do—Meat Rationing in World War II.”

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