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DECODE THE PUZZLE Hint: This is not A Canadian Poster... But it does reflect views that were strongly felt by certain Canadians during WWI.
Recruitment was so popular at the outbreak of war that people crowded into recruitment rallies such as this one in Toronto
MONTH ENLISTMENT CASUALTIES JANUARY9 1944 396 FEBRUARY6 8091 250 MARCH6 6406161 APRIL5 53013 477 MAY640713 457 JUNE6 3487 931 JULY3 8827 906 AUGUST3 11713 232 STEPTEMBER3 58810 990 OCTOBER4 8845 929 NOVEMBER4 01930 741 DECEMBER3 9217 476 TOTAL:3 9217 476
Conscription Conscripts are forced to serve in the armed forces Caused violent protests and riots An issue that bitterly divided Canada Creation of a list of people who must go to war
-After forcing Hitler to fight on many fronts - from Russia, to North Africa, to Sicily and Italy, - the Allied nations finally decided the time was right.
A Nation Divided. Background In the beginning of the war, Canadians were excited about the war effort and thousands of men volunteered However, with.
Conscription During World War I How Canada handled the problem of dwindling enlistments.
Visual Timeline English and French Canadian Relations.
Causes of the Second World War Canadian War Memorial, Ottawa
Conscription Crisis Conscription- A plan created by the government to force citizens to join the armed forces.
starter activity This was arguably the most successful recruitment poster of the War. It shows Earl Kitchener, the man responsible for getting men to.
SOCIAL STUDIES 8 WORLD WAR I War Breaks Out!. Democracy This war was seen as necessary to protect democracy and security across the globe. The Allies.
WWI, Conscription, and a National Crisis
The Conscription Crisis (1917) in World War One
Canada Goes to War. Canada’s Response To WWI In 1914 Canada was still a dominion of Great Britain Great Britain still controlled It’s Dominions foreign.
World War I Recruitment Posters From:
Cody Jordan Curtis Justis Kristen Uhrin. The lottery was used to establish a draft order that was based off of a man’s birthday. The draft was used.
World War I through posters
WWI: Conscription Crisis and the War at Home. Financing the War Money was needed to train, transport, feed, equip, and pay soldiers, and to build ships,
The American Promise: A History of the United States Fourth Edition
Why did Canadian men volunteer to fight in the Great War? What reasons can you think of which might explain why nearly Canadians and 750,000 Britons.
Is the enlisting of new soldiers to increase or replace an army’s fighting capacity. BRITAIN Concerned about numbers immediately due to a small standing.
The Homefront World War Two.
Recruitment – WWI Sample Analysis Explain how useful these sources are in informing you into recruitment to the armed forces in the First and Second World.
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