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2014-12-07 22:47:59
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German Canadians were treated very badly.


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Please rewrite this question. As it stands, it's a bit difficult to understand. German soldiers didn't use Canadians for anything during the war. They were enemy combatants.

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Many Americans of German descent during both WW1 & WW2 changed their names to sound more American. US citizens of German descent in WW1 were often treated with hostility and not trusted.

With the exception of World War II, German immigrants to Canada were treated as fairly as other immigrants. Many Germans who had experienced intolerance in the United States such as former Hessian soldiers, and Mennonites were treated well once they entered Canada. During the second world war, there was widespread anti-German sentiment due to the actions of the Third Reich.

For US citizens, civil liberties were not curtailed very much during World War I. Some German citizens were ostracized and treated badly.

No, the space unicorns from Derpland did. In all seriousness, no. It wasn't the Canadians, it was Willy Messerschmitt, a German aircraft designer, just after World War I.

Jewish Americans were not treated any different during World War I.

Canadians were helpful during world war 2 like D-Day, they operated like typical British units though

Yes, definitely. Many German Canadians fought for Canada. My grandmother's (oma's) cousin Walter was one of them. His family emigrated to Canada after WW1 and Walter found himself in German again as a Canadian soldier during WW11. After the war he found my Oma and her family, and told them about Canada. Thanks to him I'm a second generation Canadian. My Oma's cousin survived the war but many did not. There are many Canadian graves in Europe bearing distinctly German names.

They were treated very poorly

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Conscription is when the government forces men and women to go to war with out any kind of choice. Most of the English speaking Canadians agreed with Conscription but very few French-English Canadians agreed because of how they were treated during WW1. About 100,000 were conscripted in the Canadian army in WW2.The RCN and RCAF were all-volunteers.

Adolf Hitler was the dictator during World War II. He was the leader of the German during that time.

Yes, Canadians were drafted into the Military during World War 2, most of these people were Blacks and other kinds of Mix-raced people.

No he was an american, but he fought for the Canadians during the second world war

Japanese Americans , Blacks , Hispanics, Women, German Americans, Italian Americans

During World War I, German immigrants often experienced some prejudice as a result of Germany's activities in the first world war. People believed that based on their ethnicity, they might have a sympathy with the people from their native country.

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The number of German soldiers who served in the German Military in World War I was 13,250,000. The number of American military personnel that served during World War I was 4,743,826.

Badly. Lots of anti German Sentiment. Lynching happened to Germans.

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Yes. The draft is now illegal in Canada

Approximately 40 years after WW2, the Canadian parliament gave a proper apology to all Japanese Canadians who were treated unfaired during the War. Also, they paid $21,000 per person to the internment survivors, but the land and property confiscated during the time of internment were never returned. It was also in the late 80's or early 90's that the children that were with their parents received $17,000. It is sad as the other poster mentioned that their land, homes and possessions were no longer there.

5.53 Million German Soldiers were reportedly to be killed during World War 2.

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