Mind Map Of War Letter During WWI
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This is a Mind Map Of War Letter During WWI. Letter writing was the primary means of communication between soldiers and their loved ones throughout WWI, and it helped to relieve the anguish of separation. During the war, the British Army Postal Service delivered around 2 billion letters. Over 19,000 mailbags crossed the English Channel per day in 1917, delivering letters and parcels to British troops on the Western Front. Soldiers penned letters in their spare time, sometimes from the front lines and occasionally from behind the lines. What servicemen were allowed to disclose in their letters was governed by censorship. Men, on the other hand, frequently discovered methods to communicate, and their letters provide a compelling and extremely personal glimpse into the reality of combat. Receiving letters from family and friends was especially important for morale, as it kept men and women connected to their homes. Letters written to relatives and friends on the home front are now a valuable source of information about life in wartime Britain. In EdrawMind community, you can get more templates of history or other topics in study, work and life.
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