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Canada in WW2

Parent Category: WW2 Allied Powers
Questions regarding Canada's participation in World War 2, in both the European and Pacific theaters of the war.
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He definetly did! He won his second election by 119 to 1. And had 930 followers on the night of his second election who brought him back to his home and brought him to work the next day by sleigh. He had lots and lots of followers or supporters.
Canadians of Japanese origin had their property confiscated and were sent to inland labour camps The Canadian Japanese were interned in camps in British Columbia just as the American Japanese were interned. They did it at the same time as the Americans. I have added a related link for you so you can...
Royal 22nd Regiment of Canada The Royal 22nd Regiment was from the French-speaking providence of Quebec. Their common name was " van-doos" which was short for the French word for " 22 ". They fought in WW1. During WW2, they fought with distinction in the Italian Campaign with the Canadian 1st...
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Most Canadians were called Canucks.
Much more positive than rule by other European Empires. While many people concentrate on the negative aspects of British rule they almost always ignore what the alternative was. Canada needs only look at the history of those colonised by other European Empires, such as the Spanish or French, to...
Simply put, it gave Canadians a sense of nationalism and pride in their country. To elaborate on that answer, the sense of shared purpose of the soldiers in World War I brought Canadians together, even after the war. IT was a tragic time, but also at time for Canadians from coast to coast to work...
India does have a large military force, but many of their soldiers receive low levels of training and much of their equipment is dated. In terms of size, the largest army is China, in terms of military personnel compared to the population, North Korea is greatest. While the United States has the...
In WWII Canada really proved it's worth. They were a very vital asset to the Allies. Before the first 2 World Wars, everyone just thought of Canada as another British colony with no country value. Once the world saw how great Canada could be, they opened up to Canadian insight and ideas. And it...
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The Urbanization of Canada This is the percentage of the total Canadian population that resides in urban areas. . Year . Urban Populatio n (percentage of total) . 1871 . 19.6 . 1881 . 25.7 . 1891 . 31.8 . 1901 . 37.5 . 1911 . 45.4 . 1921 . 49.5 . 1931 . 52.7 . 1941 . 54.5 . 1951 ....
Australia, New Zealand, India, and South Africa all had their crack at the enemy, and Canada had not fought yet. Lord Beaverbrook never forgave Mountbatten because of the terrible losses suffered by the Canadians.
No, citizenship is not given to parents based on their child's place of birth.
Canada's Role was to help the british Eight Army fight it's way up the Adriatic coast, in hopes of beating the US to Rome. Canada played a major Part in breaking many of the German defenses. Canadians broke the Moro River line thatpaved the way to Ortona. The Loyal Edmonton Regiment and The Seaforth...
Canada has the second largest land mass in the world (Russia is the largest)
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Canadians reacted to the Japanese by very disturbing and nosy neibours!!
Because it was colonised by the British. Canada is still a member of the British Commonwealth and has Queen Elizabeth II as its Head of State.
probely the bomb that landed in japan in world war 2 but there wasa meteor that landed somewhere in tuskuna that was 1000 timesbigger than
In the related links box below, I posted the list on Canada's serial killers.
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Traditionally, the City of Victoria was said to be the most British part of Canada.
yes the word lighting war means blitzkrieg in German language
Canada has over a thousand, probably closer to two or so, soldiers in Afghanistan. Most of them are in the South. They play a large role in security operations there, and their Special Forces are on par with the U.S. or Britain's. I just learned recently that Canadian snipers broke and then re-broke...
Molson is Canadian, due to the fact that it's brewed by the Molson Coors Brewing Company, which is located in Canada. ------ Molson is not Canadian because it is a company that is owned and controlled from outside Canada. It is no more Canadian than the MacDonalds fast food outlets.
The population of Canada was approximately 11,250,000 when Canada entered WW2 1939, and increased to a little more than 12,000,000 by the end of the war in 1945. The highest was 11.95 million people in 1944, the lowest was 11.27 million people in 1939. (In 1929 Canada's population reached 10...
I would describe Mackenzie as a crank, a nut, a rabble-rouser, an irresponsible trouble-maker, and exactly what the Family Compact deserved.
First, the Vikings landed on our shore around the year 500 CE, but then in 1497, John Cabot landed in Canada, becoming the first European explorer to set foot on Canadian soil.
Answer . \nall of our lives are affected after war
For the size of it's population in 1939, Canada made a huge contribution to the Allied victory. The population of Canada in 1939 was about 12 million people, with about 4 million men of service age. By the end of the war, Canada had One Million, One Hundred Thousand men in uniform. Canada built it's...
Samuel de Champlain is generally recognized as having been the "Father of Canada."
The Battle of Hong Kong was quite important, as Hong Kong was theeast trading outpost of the British Empire, which enabled it tokeep an eye on the communist activity in China. This meant Britainwas keen to keep this outpost. When the Japanese invaded Hong Kong,it triggered the British and their...
The land which would one day become the nation of Canada, has been possessed by native peoples before recorded history. The first outsider since then seems to be the Viking Lief Eriksson who landed upon the shores of what is now known as Baffin Island, Labrador, and Newfoundland, around the year...
Many actors served in the Armed Forces e.g. Lee Marvin served in the US Marines , Clark Gable flew a B-17 bomber etc . . . Many films promoting the war effort were made (Propaganda films .) ~ see related link below .
Hitler used technology in his Blitzkrieg tactics via the latestmilitary technology available at the time. He was using armoredvehicles and air strikes, which were fairly new types of militarytechnology at the time.
The Canadian restrictions on Jews were very strong prior to and during WW2. this period in history was beset with unemployment xenophobia not to mention very strong under currents of antisemitism which was prevalent no mater where you turned among populations with European Christian back grounds. ...
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No. The citizenship requirements are that any person born in Canada after February 15, 1977 is not a citizen unless, at the time of the birth, at least one parent was already a Canadian citizen or permanent resident as well. Thus, because neither parent is a Canadian citizen, the child will not be...
Solar power is used synonymously with solar energy or more specifically to refer to the conversion of sunlight into electricity. This can be done either through the photovoltaic effect or by heating a transfer fluid to produce steam to run a generator.
I think Juno Beach on D Day was mostly Canadian. They later relieved Northern France, with the British & moved into the Netherlands & Germany.
Yes, as part of the British Commonwealth of Nations, Canada fought on the Allied side during WW2. Canada made significant contributions of naval power (helping escort many convoys across the Atlantic) and also several Army divisions.
Canada never had anything against Britain neither during nor after colonialism. Becoming independent is largely because Canadians have proven themselves worthy and able to be independent as its own country in the World Wars. Britain also had little economic and military means to fight with Canada...
No. well... Kinda sorta they try to be very active in NATO programs so with efforts like that theymay be considered at war but no they have no real on going wars i think they whent to the middle east with the us and Britten but I believe they pulled out and also their contribution in numbers would...
The main participants in the Battle of the Atlantic were Germany,Britain, and Canada, and later the United States. It was thelongest battle of World War 2.
Canada was extremely heavily involved in WW2. Canadians from almostevery city, town or village fought overseas. The Canadian Navyfought the U-boats all through WW2. The Canadian Air Force flewthousands of missions over Europe and the Atlantic. The CanadianArmy was notable at Juno Beach in Normandy...
Yes, Canada and Canadians were actively involved in World War two. Since Canada was still part of the British empire they automatically went to war to . Canada joined a week after Brittain . In world war two sixteen Canadians won the Victoria Cross the British Commonwealths highest award for bravery...
Israel, the USA, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands are the top 5, although, some people may have an other opinion.
Blitzkrieg is the name given to a way of taking over a country. the name means lightning war because they took over the countries very quickly e.g. The Nazis took over Belgium and the Netherlands in just 3 weeks!
The independent British Commonwealth countries, except for the Irish Free State (as it was then), stood by Britain. Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa all declared war on Germany in September 1939.
Britain "ruled" Canada,until 1867, although Canada was part of the Dominion, we always had our own laws, we brought our Constitution home in 1982,but we still respect the Queen, and have a governor General who represents the Queen.
The Second World War changed Canada forever.. WE went from being a mainly agricultural nation, to a industraialised one in five years. WE moved from the farms to the towns and cities, and learned skills and trades, in the military that we used later in civilian life.. Our national transport system...
During the course of the whole war it is estimated that around 1.1 million Canadians served. Both men and women.
As much as I know there were no Concetraition Camps in canada, that is a stupid quetion if I have ever heard one. Answer There were 26 Internment Camps established in Canada which held Japanese Italian and German Canadians. More than 30,000 were affected by these camps including 100 Canadian...
You cant have democracy without representation Unless every decision to do with the governing and governance of the country is settled by referendum.
1. 500 Canadians wounded 2. 290 Canadians killed 3. 260 Canadians died as a result of poor treatment in Prisoner of War (PoW) camps. 4. Survivors were put into PoW camps for 3 and a half years where they were treated as slaves. Camps were filthy and survivors were tortured, assaulted, and...
No. Canada joined the war at the same time as England.
without the major waterways still able to get boats through there will be no oil. without oil to get to the army then we will soon lose.
He tried to avoid it but he knew that there weren't enough volunteers overseas. Answer Mackenzie King knew that he didn't want to separate the relations between French and English Canadians but there was a real shortage in men(and women) joining the war efforts overseas. He tried his best to...
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Both Canada and the USA were attacked during WWII The main problem making an attack on the North American Main Land is distance. In the 1940s transport of large numbers of military personnel and the equipment they needed to invade was not possible. The end of WWII saw the end of this as an effective...
Answer . Canada voted for concsription in 1942. The English voted for it and the french voted against.. Answer . Although a plebiscite was held to allow conscription in Canada in 1942, men were not actually sent overseas until 1945. A total of 63% of Canadians voted for conscription however King...
Other than helping in ww2 nothing. Canada is a country full of scared people.
All of the Allie countries had a big part in the liberation of France and it's surrounding regions, but Canada did have a big part to play.
According to the Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage website (refer to the link, below), out of a population of 300,000 Newfoundlanders and Labradorians * , there were 22,000 volunteers who served overseas (Newfoundland's forces were non-conscripted; i.e., all-volunteer). Of those, 1,089 died during...
Answer . \nI am in this same situation. I am a Canadian citizen and am about to become engaged to a US citizen. \n. \nAfter much investigation we realize we only have two options.\n1) file a I-129F with immigration "request a fiance to be able to move to the use" and wait for an interview. In...
Canada isn't just a member of the Commonwealth of Nations - it's a Commonwealth Dominion, to which the British monarch holds the title of Head of State (thus, the Queen of England is also the Queen of Canada). Canada has long standing ties to the Crown. Canada's independence was done under the...
No, the best Canadian war is the one that cost them the least casualty's. How ever World War II is the most well known.
The colonies (Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick) putaside differences and created a new country because it wouldbenefit them. They would have greater population which increasesthe money; we would get richer. if we are richer we can get thethings we need for this country and the people....
Canada had a lack od identity before the war and gained a conciousby the end of the war
they did any and everything they could've possibly done during a brutal world war like world war 2. they were very helpful to the troops.
Bullets would rip the rubber hull and the tank would sink. Some people sunk in practice tanks. That is their watery grave forever.
\n Answer \n. \nIn the initial years, the flow of volunteers was high enough to fill the needs of the growing Canadian Army, Navy, and Air Force.\n. \nAt a certain point it was realised that once the Army, in particular, got into heavy combat, the existing troop levels would not be enough to...
One little known but important job involved the top-secret operations at Camp X, Oshawa, Ontario. Staffing clandestine radio listening posts, secret agent training, etc. The American OSS, forerunner of the CIA, was heavily involved in the Camp X operations.
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Yes. Originally, several of the legislative creators of the 14th amendment intended that the children of foreign citizens born in the US would NOT be US citizens. Section 1 of the 14th Amendment states: "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction...
Somewhat. But if the Canadians didn't attack, D-Day wouldn't have succeeded because the loss taught the allies what changes had to be made. The attack wasn't too bad, but the withdraw was the part that most people died in. But Orange beach was a complete success. They inflicted heavy casualties upon...
Yes. In September of 1939. The US didn't enter until December 7, 1941.
Answer . \nCanada went to war the same time Britain went to war.\nCanada was a Dominion of the British Empire therefore most of the population was British. She raised over 600,000 volunteers from a population of 7,000,000 men woman and children. A little more than 60,000 out of a force of 450,000...
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USA and Canada are part of the same continent
My mother was born in 1921 and she carries a Canadian passport. So, sometime before that.
All the governments used propaganda.
1958, with the directorate being established in 1961.