The transportation of mail in WW2 was a very delicate matter. Letters home were written & then photographically reduced in size to save weight ! Therefore I suspect the answer was a very definite No.
Asked in Boston Massacre
What food did the soldiers eat in the Boston massacre?
The soldiers did not eat anything during the so-called massacre. It was begun and done too fast for anything but firing of weapons. ...
Asked in Boston Massacre
What did the soldiers do during the Boston massacre?
It depends. The American soldiers were not present at the time and therefore, did not do anything. However, the British soldiers, killed 5 people, including the most famous, Crispus Attucks. ...
Asked in World War 2, Canada in WW2, Germany in WW2
What did German soldiers use for Canadians during world war 2?
Please rewrite this question. As it stands, it's a bit difficult to understand. German soldiers didn't use Canadians for anything during the war. They were enemy combatants. ...
What did soldiers do to entertain themselves in the trenches during World War I?
In world war 1 in the trenches the soldiers would entertain themselves by playing cards and writing letters or to a diary. There was not much that you could do as there was alot of shooting and shells going. ...
Asked in US Civil War, World War 1, Germany in WW2
How were the soldiers treated during the battle at gallipoli?
The soldiers were treated OK during the Battle of Gallipoli. It was a battle and the conditions were bad, but the soldiers were not mistreated by commanders. ...
Asked in US Civil War
How did confederate soldiers communicate with home?
they wrote letters becuz thats when the first postal services were coming up during the war so the wrote letters and someone sent it back home. By: yinwang cheon source: history videos in class ...
Asked in American Revolution
What were American soldiers called during the American Revolution?
American soldiers were typically referred to as Colonials or Patriots during the Revolution. ...
Asked in WW1 Trench Warfare
Where were the American soldiers stationed during World War 1?
During World War I, American soldiers were stationed in France. In July of 1918, there were over a million American soldiers there. ...
Asked in US Civil War, Battles of Chattanooga
How many Union soldiers died during the battle of Chattanooga?
There were 753 reported Union soldiers killed during the Battle of Chattanooga. ...