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Thread: How many letters had been sent by German fieldpost during WWII?

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    Default Re: How many letters had been sent by German fieldpost during WWII?

    Is ten billions above good or bad?
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    Default Re: How many letters had been sent by German fieldpost during WWII?

    That would made an average of about 2222 letters per soldier to serve in the Wehrmacht. Seems quite a lot to me! (I hope I didn't make any miscalculations)
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    Default Re: How many letters had been sent by German fieldpost during WWII?

    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    32Bravo!

    Do not be difficult on me! I have no idea about those issues.
    I asked about letter sent back and fourth by the German field post service.
    All those question you asked made me sad... very sad... my heart submerged in sorrow...
    So sad in fact - I do not know when I will be able to feel orgasmatic in the nearest future...

    Any how, the answer is...
    is...
    40.000.000.000
    that is fourty billion letters. Approximately, of course.
    Approximately?... Now I'm really disappointed!

    Wasn't my intention to make you sad, Igor. On the contrary, I thought you would have devoured those questions. Now that saddens me.

    Perhaps, RS can give you some tips on feeling orgasmic again, apparently, he has just the tool for the job - pulsates, I'm told.
    Last edited by 32Bravo; 08-03-2008 at 03:17 AM.


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