Asked • 07/28/19

Is there a precedent for a large amount of refugees granted asylumn by a distant foreign nation?

Why was there lack of food during the WW2 in the UK?\n\nI understand the lack of food in the countries occupied by Germans, as they recruited a lot of agricultural products for their war machinery. But why there had to be ration books in the non-occupied UK, which had to feed more or less the same amount of people as before the war? What was the mechanism leading to the lack of food *there*?

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