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1939: Second Meatless Day Is Named

by / Tuesday, 09 December 2014 / News Category IHT RETROSPECTIVE

Highlights from the International Herald Tribune archives: A second day without meat is introduced in wartime France in 1939.

Source:: 1939: Second Meatless Day Is Named

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