Sports during World War 1Amateur sports were played. Mostly football (soccer in the US). if you want more info about football during the war, research the 1914 Christmas truce...
everything but football
in ww2 tyhe sports were the same but played by women because all the men were at war.
Whip the prisoner and torture the POW.
Well ... if wiki answers question its not answering mine"What women Sports were there during World War 2?"
Professional football and many other sports or entertainment were suspended until after the war. Many sports stars, including the footballers, were killed while on active duty during the war.
COD 1 :D And battleships of corse
To be frank, just because a war was on, it did not limit what sports occurred to a specific amount. All of the sports of the age were being played at some point during the war.
women took over playing professional baseball at the time
1 thing is that women played sports with shorter clothes.
baseball, and card games and whatever else ppl wanted to play.
What Sports Like every where else there was none. Except what was played as a distraction perhaps.
Hundred years ago sports were a curiosity in Romania.
They played the game 'war' and 'solitaire'.
People don't stop playing sports because there is a war on. They played sports for the same reasons they always did.
they played baseball
The ones that were invented
1942 was during World War II
Yes they were. Baseball was played by woman, just to keep the morale up and 3 NFL games were played the day Pearl Harbor was attacked. Gymnastics was also popular during that time.
on a minor basis sports could have been served as a minor distraction from the war, but on a more serious basis, it served as tactics to win the war by the different nations . The soldiers could have been trained using the ways of certain sports as tactics in winning the war.
They played hockey and curling in Toronto between 1914 and 1917. There were also speedskating and track and field competitions held. Football was also a popular sport during this time.