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What did it take to join the army in world war 2?

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Different countries had different standards for military service, during World War 2. Which country are you interested in knowing about? In addition, the different branches of the military services had different requirements for recruits. A cook, or a office clerk, didn't have to have the same level of education as a pilot of an air craft. Jim Bunting. Toronto.

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