How Much Did Bread Cost in 1944?

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A lot of people love bread. In 1944, a loaf of bread weighing 4 pounds would cost around 3 to 4 pence.
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In 1965 bread cost 21 cent a loaf. The price of a candy bar was 5 cents. Milk was 95 cents a gallon. Gas was 31 cents a gallon. Their wages were considerably less then too.
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A newspaper in the 1940s cost 2-5
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Around $25,000 USD.
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The price of bread in 1944 costed approximately 9 cents, Car was about (£756.16) $1,220, Gasoline: 21 cents/gal, House was around(£ 5,331.3) $8,600,Milk was also approximately 62 cents/gal, Postage Stamp was at 3 cents and Stock Market was at 152,Average Annual Salary of(£1,611.8) $2,600 and Minimum Wage was 30 cents per hour.
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