Dig For Victory Notelets in a Tin
The ‘Dig for Victory’ campaign was set up during WWII by the British Ministry of Agriculture. Men and women across the country were encouraged to grow their own food in times of harsh rationing. Open spaces everywhere were transformed into allotments, from domestic gardens to public parks even the lawns outside the Tower of London were turned into vegetable patches.
This little tin contains 12 10x15cm notecards and envelopes.