Australian's supported and implemented both conscription and censorship during WWII. They believed it was important in order to win the war.
Conscription in World War 2 began before the United States entered the conflict
The Compulsory conscription was ordered by Hitler in the World War 2, that was against the Treaty of Versailles
World war 1 and world war 2.
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In Britain it was sixteen.
It officially ended in 1960.
Through a combination of volunteers and conscription.
Conscription - same as Viet Nam war.
In World War 2 all the combattant countries had conscription (the draft, compulsory military service).
Most nations involved in World War used conscription, i.e. compulsory military service - the draft. This had been used in WW1 too (and earlier in many countries).
Conscription..... which means men were forced to go to war?!
Canada was a British Territory and all British Territories were subject to conscription into their own army.
The main reason that conscription was introduced in World War 2 was mostly because of how many soldiers died in WW2. Also, people realized that Hitler was committing mass genocide. The seven million innocent Jewish people that Hitler killed, were more than enough to silence those who disagreed with conscription.
War bonds were implemented during World War II as a source of revenue. Most Americans purchased war bonds as a show of support for the war effort.
It was implemented constantly in WWII.
One issue that persisted in the US was why get involved in Europe's wars.
all of the canadians land was destroyed and bombed
Belfast is in Northern Ireland, which, as it is part of the UK, was in World War 2.Northern Ireland did not, however, have conscription, even though Great Britain did.
French Canadians were against the idea of conscription in both world war 1 and 2. There were more volunteers during world war 1 than WW2 so the debate of conscription was not as heated during that time. Near the end of WW2, conscripts in BC refused to go and held riots protesting Mackenzie King's decision of ensuing conscription. During WW1, Prime Minister Borden promised there would be no conscription and as well in WW2 Mackenzie King had also made that promise. Both conscription debates were revolved around the shortage of soldiers over seas. The issue of conscription divided the nation during WW1 and WW2.
Conscription in which country? I know in Canada it was a bit of a...touchy issue at the time. So yeah, if you could specify that would be great.
Lapointe persuade Quebec people that Canada joining the war was mandatory. He also said that conscription being forced will cause all Liberal support from Quebec to be gone.
pro of conscription-support the allies with more soldiers. con of conscription-ripped up the relations of English Canadians and the French Canadians. English wanted conscription, the French did not. Pros Volunterring overseas were slowing down by 1944. More people were needed to fullfill the Canadian troop commitment French Canadians denied to participate in the world war
WW1: However, there was opposition to conscription. Conscription became a big issue in war time. There was opposition to the compulsory military service, the most question asked was should Australians be forced to fight overseas.