During World War II soldiers communicated by way of walkie talkie, letter and messenger. The addition of electronic communication was a boon to the movement of troops.
In trench warfare with field telephones, out and about with semaphore and heliographs
German soldiers during World War I were called "Huns" by the American soldiers. The Germans called their soldiers "The Bosch" during World War I.
Letters and telegrams
383,800 British Soldiers were killed during World War 2.
During and after
During World War I, American soldiers were stationed in France. In July of 1918, there were over a million American soldiers there.
It is estimated that approximately 1 million and 700,000 German soldiers died during World War I. About 8.7 million Russian soldiers died during this war.
Around 40,000 Scottish Soldiers were killed during World War 2.
The Soldiers in the World War would write letters to there loved ones to communicate with them.
world war 1 how did soldiers fight in trenches
11,900 New Zeland Soldiers were killed during World War 2.
5.53 Million German Soldiers were reportedly to be killed during World War 2.
95,000 Finland Soldiers died during World War 2.
217,600 French Soldiers were killed during World War 2. This includes French Colonies.
22,256,500 German Soldiers were killed during world war 2. 2,778,000 Waffen SS Soldiers were killed during world war 2. So atleast 25 million Soldiers of Nazi Germany were killed during world war 2.
There were 16.1 million soldiers that served in the military during world war 1. In the US 500,000 soldiers volunteered.
During World War One, around 3,000,000 Austro-Hungarian soldiers fought
10.7 Million USSR Soldiers were killed during World War 2. All of them from the Soviet Union.
Over 50,000 Scottish soldiers had died during World War 2.