The practical side was very simple. One went along to the nearest recruitment centre. I just wonder, however, whether you mean 'how could people enlist' from a moral point of view, or something like that. If so, please indicate. It would also be helpful to say which country or countries you have in mind. In the European countries (except Britain up to 1916) military service was complusory for most able-bodied adult men.
Well for their country, but most of the men were forced. if you declined you will probably have got thrown out of the village or even killed. people were also forced to fight. the ones that wanted to enlist were probably teken in by prpoganda.
The Southern army was not as organized as the North. The North had special stations where people could enlist. They also had a set age that you had to be to enlist in the army (without much effect). The South was much less organized. In the South as long as you could hold a rifle you could join the army. There were no booths where you could enlist. To enlist all you had to do is go to a military camp or base of operations and tell them you wanted to fight. Then they would hand you a rifle and some gear and you were off to battle.
I Don't Know. Too Many Deaths Of Loved Ones.
There could be any answer to this.
Yes some people falsified information to enlist. But the major ones I can remember are the japans youth near the end and the hilter youth near their end.
Because they were trying to fight for their freedom.
There was a string of Propaganda posters, asking men to join the war. Poems also were written encouraging people to enlist and there was sensor ship on anything that disagreed with the war. After 1916 men were made to enlist anyway by law, thanks to conscription. they also made some people fight when they reached 16
The civil war was about slavery so aferican Americans would enlist to fight for their freedom
Enlist them to fight on the side of Germany?
yes if people could just get it in there flippen heads that yew should not fight.....
You might enlist in the army and help them fight the current wars, or if that is not feasible, perhaps you might convince some better qualified person to enlist in the army, or have children and when they are old enough suggest that they enlist in the army.
North - To free balcks South - To fight
No, they did not fight for the Jews.
Primarily through peer pressure, bravery, and love of our Empire.
They were no different from Canadian or US males; men from those two nations also rushed to enlist. Adventuresome men have existed since time immortal.
The main reason was that the politicians had decided that war was the best course of action and they ordered the armed forces into combat. There was no great patriotic fervour like in World War One where people were rushing to enlist and though in the Soviet Union it is called the Great Patriotic War, people were still forced to fight.
The official age to enlist was 18. This however was avoided by some 17 and16 yr olds to enter the war and to protect their country. hope this helps
There were some convicts that did indeed fight in World Wat II. The prisoners could fight with the Army in exchange for parole.
At the beginning of the war many men lied about their age to enlist. The enlistment age limits were supposed to be between 18 and 41 years of age.
Guns and stuff.