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"Even before the war, all luxuries had been eliminated and the daily necessities were reduced to the lowest possible level. This has resulted not only in dietary ailments but to a steady increase in other diseases, especially tuberculosis, as the general health declines...The Japanese now are permitted fuel for their homes for only two months of the year and the prices are so high that many homes are without heat the year around.''

On the American home front, they suffered a small outbreak of influenza, you can read more about that here...

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Shortages (PM Tabloid, 1942)

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