Year Book 1943 - What Else Happened?
So what made news in 1943? Prime Minister Chifley changed his mind; A Japanese invasion was no longer on the cards, but he still went on to introduce butter, clothing, and meat rationing. And he said that domestic service was no longer permissible because of labour shortages, but he relented a bit, and allowed most workers a week's holiday at Christmas; And the blackout covers on all windows could be removed, but then a week later they had to go up again; Zoot suits were now for the wearing, fights in city pubs were very popular especially if they involved US servicemen; But fears of Japanese invasion had gone by year's end.
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Author: Ron Williams