they make codes called war codes and thats how they stay in touch with their family.
they sent letters back to there family didnt they ?
while the soldiers were at war the families wrote letters to keep the soldiers spirits up. life on the farm got much harder for the families as they had only the father at the farm. they would also send over gifts. the women would nurse the sick and injured
The Confederate soldiers/government worked to keep slavery alive.
Music was one way to keep the soldiers from boredom and homesickness. Music also helps the soldiers when their marching by using the drums
In the entire Civil War, about 650,000 American soldiers and sailors died. Many southern military units did not keep records, so the numbers will always be approximate.
Cardboard Soldiers Help Families Cope - Cut-Out Replicas Keep Loved Ones Company While Overseas.
I keep in touch with my friends. If one of the my friends was going away, I would want to stay in touch with themKeep in touch = contact. Stay in touch = remain in contact.
Keep in Touch was created in 1980.
Many children were sent to America during World War 2 to keep them safe. Written letters were sometimes used to keep in touch with their relatives back in Europe, but frequently these children had no form of contact with their families at all. Many of them never saw their parents again.
In the US Civil War, Confederate soldiers from the South fought against Union soldiers from the North. Both sides had to resort to conscription to keep their armies at full strength. The South passed draft laws first then the North had to do the same.
In the North, many soldiers fought because the believed slavery was wrong, but more fought because they needed the money or were drafted. In the South, men were also drafted, but most fought to protect their families and homes. To them, the Yankees were trying to take over their homeland, and for most Confederates, that was enough to keep them going. There are also stories of men carrying pictures of their families with them, which suggests that they looked to these for comfort and encouragement.
yes they do keep in touch
about children and families confidential
Kept in touch
Confederate soldiers were allowed to keep them
Soldiers fighting for the Union (sometimes called the North), who wanted to abolish slavery, wore the color blue. Soldiers for the Confederacy (sometimes called the South), who preferred to keep slavery, wore the color gray.
The beans were an excellent source of protein for the soldiers, so it kept them going. Also, the beans wouldn't spoil as easily, so they could keep them for much longer while they were traveling and fighting battles. Beans were essential to the soldiers.
Sometimes he would keep in touch with george or Paul.
all you have to do is keep it there and not to touch it.
Civil war uniforms were mainly made from wool. The reason for the wool was to keep soldiers warm as they were fighting often in cold weather. Southern uniforms however were made from jean cloth and wool.
Nothing. Maybe the comfort of his fellow soldiers, but they didn't have anything to keep them calm in trenches.