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World Wars brought significant disruptions to the history of cheese production and consumption. During both conflicts, shortages of resources and manpower strained cheese-making operations across affected regions. Traditional cheese-making practices faced challenges as farmers and producers redirected their efforts to support war efforts. Rationing and food scarcity further limited the availability of cheese, impacting both domestic consumption and international trade. However, World Wars also catalyzed innovations in cheese preservation and distribution to meet the demands of soldiers and civilians. Despite the adversities, cheese remained a symbol of resilience and sustenance amidst turmoil, reflecting the resilience of communities and the adaptability of cheese-making traditions to the realities of wartime.