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Answered 2006-08-26 13:38:19

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.

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