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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
Rallying the Troops and Gaining Support. Propaganda as a Tool of War Propaganda was used to PERSUADE people to SUPPORT the war. Appeared in a variety.
First World War Recruitment Posters. Art.IWM PST Art.IWM PST 5143
Conscription in WWI Canada Conscientious Objectors Why When National Division End of the War.
Canadian Issues During World War I
Was Conscription the right choice in 1917?. Canada’s contribution so far: Prime Minister Borden initially pledged 25,000 troops; 30,000 volunteered Prime.
Conscription During World War I How Canada handled the problem of dwindling enlistments.
The First World War: Propaganda Posters. What is Propaganda? Propaganda is information usually produced by governments presented in such a way as to inspire.
WWI, Conscription, and a National Crisis
CONSCRIPTION IN WWII Reconstructing history Through Primary Source Analysis.
The Conscription Crisis of 1944 A POLITICAL AND MILITARY CRISIS.
The Conscription Crisis
Canada and WWI Background on Canada Late 1400s-1700s: French and British settlement; fight over territory 1763: New France ceded to Britain,
World War I Recruitment Posters From:
The Conscription Crisis: The Events that led to a National Crisis in 1917.
starter activity This was arguably the most successful recruitment poster of the War. It shows Earl Kitchener, the man responsible for getting men to.
The Homefront. The war cost $337,980,579,560 $123 million a day at the start, and in 1918 it rose to $224 million. Canadian money Helped pay for the war.
Why did the British Government introduce conscription in 1916? Video Notes:
Conscription Crisis Conscription- A plan created by the government to force citizens to join the armed forces.
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,
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