Much of the communication in 1939 depended upon location. Specifically, the forms of Mass Communication weren't as developed as they are nowadays. So much of the communication was informal by word of mouth, in person, or verbally.
There were also written forms of communication. For example, there were small town and big city newspapers. Not everyone had subscriptions to magazines. There was some use of the postal service and of the telegraph.
Not everyone had a telephone. Not everyone had a radio.
People in Slovenia communicate mostly by talking.
people in sweden communicate most by calls
yes emotion can communicate with people !!!
Dogs don't try to communicate with people; they docommunicate with people... at least with the people who pay attention long enough to figure it out.
They used language to communicate
They communicate by sign language. Well at least people that are deaf do.
how do george and harold communicate with the cave people
i think they communicate by radio
they pray to communicate with God
They communicate using antennas on their heads
The French people communicate in the French Language.
They communicate by talking like regular people...
disabled people communicate with sign language, and they read and feel the dots.
The same way we communicate with people here..we can call them or email them or text them....
to communicate with deaf people or for people with voice impairment to communicate
Communicate as if they are real people and watch carefully for reactions.
People communicate for special reasons for example if they wanted to trade or sell an idem.
To communicate with people who live far away from you. To communicate with people who live far away from you.
A lot !!!!
i love you
100 years ago people used messengers to communicate and only very rich people had telephones. Hope this helps xxx
Three Sappy People - 1939 was released on: USA: 1 December 1939
Just like you would communicate with any other person.
People in Finland communicate just like they do everywhere else, only in the Finnish language.