A US soldier in World War 2 was called a "G.I."
A world war 2 Soldier who Fought at Tobruk is Called a Rat
you can find buried ww 2 soldiers on a world war 2 cemetery in france(normandy,for axample ),in belgium,holland, italy, luxemburg. type in world war 2 cemeteries and you will find some ww 2 cemeteries on the internet!
Ancestry.com has digitized lots of WWII military records.
an important soldier was general Eisenhower
They were from Texas
He was a soldier in WW1 and the leader in WW2
A soldier gets up when he was told to or whenever it was necessary, in any war.
Depends on where you were from and who you were.
how is it like in world war2
In World War Two, a female soldier (as in the Army) was called a "WAC" ... Women's Army Corps Charles Wood
"G.I." , "Dog-Face" .
During World War 2
no but Hitler was involved as a soldier in world war 1. he did cause world WA 2 though
Did he survive the war? what service was he in? If he was killed whilst serving you can search the war graves site here, http://www.cwgc.org/
You could try the online yellow pages if you know the name and where he lived.