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Civil War Drummer Boy Drummer Boys where needed during battle because a soldier might not be able to see an officer during battle, but they could hear a signal.

Able-bodied men were desperately needed in the front lines, so the position of drummer was often filled by slight young men or very young boys, some as young as eight years old – absurd as that may sound, unlike the drummers in today’s modern army, Civil War drummer boys were an integral part of the war machine.

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Civil War Drummer Boy Drummer Boys where needed during battle because a soldier might not be able to see an officer during battle, but they could hear a signal.

Able-bodied men were desperately needed in the front lines, so the position of drummer was often filled by slight young men or very young boys, some as young as eight years old – absurd as that may sound, unlike the drummers in today’s modern army, Civil War drummer boys were an integral part of the war machine.