severe food shortages

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  • Conditions deteriorated rapidly on the home front, with severe food shortages reported in all urban areas.
  • Meanwhile, conditions deteriorated rapidly on the home front, with severe food shortages reported in all urban areas.
  • This has caused severe food shortages and domestic unrest inside the Soviet Union.
  • The slave population had severe food shortages and brutal forced rural labor.
  • Wolf packs are typically settled, and usually only leave their accustomed ranges during severe food shortages.
  • In the early 1990s, there was a severe food shortages.
  • A storm interrupted the supply of rice, resulting in severe food shortages.
  • However, they are primarily dependent on sorghum, and drought can cause severe food shortages.
  • Grain for human consumption in the post-war years decreased, this in turn led to frequent and severe food shortages.
  • Severe food shortages were common throughout the war zones, especially in Europe where Germany used starvation as a military weapon.
  • Under his administration the country suffered drastic inflation and a transportation breakdown, which led to severe food shortages.
  • As the war went on conditions deteriorated rapidly on the home front, with severe food shortages reported in all urban areas by 1915.
  • The French capital began experiencing severe food shortages, to the extent where even the animals in the zoo were eaten.
  • Hides' group suffered from severe food shortages, and indigenous communities he encountered were often unwilling or unable to trade.
  • During its last days, Ein Kerem suffered from severe food shortages.
  • However, the situation for the Central Powers was also critical, especially for Austria-Hungary, which suffered severe food shortages.
  • Under Laufenberg's lead the city suffered from severe food shortages and widespread strikes, resulting in his power base being eradicated further.
  • The pre-Columbian Americans often dealt with severe food shortages and famines.
  • In the early 1930s, pressure from the government to collectivize resulted in severe food shortages that resulted in famines throughout Ukraine.
  • The FAO estimated that more than one million people in the Somali Region of Ethiopia were facing severe food shortages.
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