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What games would soldiers play in WW2?

What games would soldiers play in WW2?

For men the top three games are: Contract Bridge, Poker, and Pinochle. Getting access to cards was not difficult. The Red Cross distributed cards to soldiers in hospitals or in recreation centers. Families would also send a deck of playing cards out to soldiers.

Are World War 2 records available?

To get started with searching for World War Two records, the best place to start is the CWGC casualty database. This contains commemoration details about every identified WW2 casualty, and can give you a lot of additional information, such as rank, regiment and honours.

Where can I find WW2 military records?

You can find veterans’ military service records from World War I to the present from the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC). The NPRC houses many types of records, including Official Military Personnel Files (OMPF).

How do I find my World War 2 records?

The National Archives Register, World War II Dead Interred in American Military Cemeteries Overseas is available online at for a fee. Free access to the collection is available at the Family History Library U.S. Rosters of World War II Dead, 1939-1945.

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  • How do you access military records?

    The records center is an agency of the National Archives and it holds personnel records for military members and civil service workers. Golden says it’s “nearly impossible” to get military records for veterans who need assistance.

    How can I access my military records online?

    – Request Records Online with eVetRecs – Mail a letter or Standard Form (SF) 180, Request Pertaining to Military Records to: National Personnel Records Center 1 Archives Drive St. Louis, MO 63138 – Fax a letter or Standard Form 180 to: 314-801-9195

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