“WARSHIP WEDNESDAY, ON WordPress.com, FEB., 05, 2020@010:03-THE COMMUNICATIONS…CODERS, TELEGRAPHISTS, SIGNALMEN, ETC., BRANCH SERVED IN ALL WARSHIPS DURING W.W.II and MAY I NEED NOT TO HAVE TO REMIND YOU ALL, THAT I AM NOT GOING TO DO ALL YOUR RESEARCH FOR YOU, SO GET AT IT…AND QUIT SKYLARKING AROUND!!!”
“NOTE: RESEARCH IS THE REWARD…RESEARCH WARSHIP WEDNESDAY, AND ALL THE COMMUNICATIONS TEAM THAT SERVED IN/ON WARSHIPS OF W.W.II/1939-1945!!!”
“CREDIT: Families at War/2014 Edition.”
battleoftheatlantic19391945/WordPress.com, Brian MURZA, Killick Vison, W.W.II NAVAL RESEARCHER-PUBLISHED AUTHOR, COWARDICE CANADA/1993-2020!!! email@example.com
There were many forms of technology during World War II. Many, but not all, of these were new developments, never used in previous wars. The types of communication during World War II included: Propaganda, Newspapers/Magazines, Radio, Airplanes, Telegraph, Telephones, Mail, Animals, and Cryptology. Each one specializing is specific situations allowing Americans to be more connected with one another than ever before.
There were many forms of propaganda used. Movies, commercials, and posters were the most popular. They all had the same general message though, which was to do whatever you could to help win the war. Whether it was women helping in the workforce while their husbands are away fighting the war or Americans remaining loyal to their country and not talking to possible enemies, which is where one of the slogans “Loose lips might sink ships” comes from. An example of a movie that was a form of…
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