Canada had a part in WW2 even though it is not know very well. The Canadians landed on the beaches of Normandy and had many other parts in WW2. They were the only Force that met their D-Day objective.
Canada played a big role in World War 2
it gave Britain and other allies supplies for war worth millions of dollars and also supplied weapons
finally Canada then took part in the D-Day attack on German occupied Europe when they landed in Normandy
and as stated above they were the only force that met their objective
then, another thing this time Canada's efforts were recognised and this helped make the world well aware that Canada was a new influential middle power nation
The Netherlands had nothing to do with Canada that related them with world war I
Canada fought many battles in world war.
The importance of World War I is that it changed the way that countries negotiated with each other. The war also created the Treaty of Versailles which led to World War 2.
The World War 2 battle that affected Canada the most was the Battle of the Atlantic. This battle was the largest commitments that Canada was in.
They were are allies
how did Canada change after world war two? it created things for others obviously
Canada declared war on Germany on September 10, 1939.
The Cold War was a result of WWII, so there was no importance of it "in WWII" as seeing that it would be impossible.
to gain power
It was the ultimate weapon to end the war.
Canada was not invaded in either World War 1 or 2.
Canada was one of the Allies.
The greatest impact on Canada was as a result of World War II due to Canada's extensive effort in this war as opposed to World War I.
in world war 2
Canada committed an entire battalion to the Allied powers during World War 2, and were some of the first soldiers to fight in Europe.
Canada was ruled or owned by the UK. So yes they were allied with the USSR during part of World War 2.
i dont understand
Nothing it has no connection
Yes. Canada should have gone to world war two because if they did not Britain would lose trust in Canada and Canada needs Britain