National Geographic : 1941 Apr
508 The National Geographic Magazine Photograph from Acme No Rationing of Eggs in London, But Prices Are High Strictly fresh, first-quality English eggs cost four and a half cents apiece; Empire eggs, shipped in cold storage, are quoted at about three cents each. Most Londoners limit themselves to two or three eggs a week. rnotograpn irom i5ritisn Combine British Humor Adds a Finishing Touch to a New Torpedo for the Navy The workman letters the satiric message to Hitler in an Admiralty torpedo testing station "somewhere in England." "Winnie" is the popular nickname in the British Isles for Prime Minister Winston Churchill.