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The Italian Campaign

The Italian Campaign

The Italian Campaign. Italy The geography of Italy made it extremely difficult for the invading Allied forces to move quickly northwards.

By tocho
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North African Campaign

North African Campaign

North African Campaign. On January 1, 1942 the U.S., Britain, and the Soviet Union (Allies) joined to defeat the Axis Powers (Germany, Italy, Japan) Even though Japan was conquering much of the Pacific the Allies agreed to concentrate on fighting Germany in Europe first.

By Patman
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The D-Day Invasion of Normandy

The D-Day Invasion of Normandy

Back in Time Virtual Field Trip. Travel Journal. The Invasion. The D-Day Invasion of Normandy. Photos from the frontline. Click. D-Day Invasion. About our Trip. Operation Overlord: Beaches. Welcome to the D-Day Invasion of Normandy .

By marisa
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Fur Trade

Fur Trade

Fur Trade. Coureur De Bois.

By kynan
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The War Ends

The War Ends

The War Ends. From Stalemate to Armistice: The Last Years of World War I. Stalemate on The Western Front. By 1918, neither side managed to make any big inroads into winning the war Soldiers on both sides wondered why they were involved in this “hell on earth”

By sinead
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changing FOREIGN POLICY DURING THE COLD WAR

changing FOREIGN POLICY DURING THE COLD WAR

changing FOREIGN POLICY DURING THE COLD WAR. tHE TRUDEAU era. pIERRE ELLIOT TRUDEAU. 1968 – Trudeau elected Prime Minister Trudeau wants Canada to be less dependent on the USA (Independent Foreign Policy) . Under Trudeau Canada made decisions that were not supported by the US:

By sivan
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Another Conscription Crisis…

Another Conscription Crisis…

Another Conscription Crisis…. What does Conscription Mean?. compulsory enrolment of persons for military or naval service; draft. What happened the las t time…. During the First World War the Canadian death tolls were mounting as recruitment fell

By cybele
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The Battle of Hong Kong

The Battle of Hong Kong

The Battle of Hong Kong. After the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, they attacked Hong Kong (British Colony) Many knew that Hong Kong was impossible to defend. More than 1,900 Canadians volunteered to defend Hong Kong.

By udell
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Turning points of world war 2

Turning points of world war 2

Turning points of world war 2 . The events that led to the end Canadian History . The tides turn. The Italian situation. In 1942 the war strength began to turn in favour of the allies

By enoch
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The War in the Pacific

The War in the Pacific

The War in the Pacific. Pearl Harbor. Japan looks to colonies for economic prosperity. America is competition. The Japanese are looking for a decisive and crippling victory.

By ellie
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Morale and Welfare Presentation to Toronto Reservists Toronto – 16 January 2014

Morale and Welfare Presentation to Toronto Reservists Toronto – 16 January 2014

Morale and Welfare Presentation to Toronto Reservists Toronto – 16 January 2014. Commodore Mark B. Watson DGMWS. What CFMWS does for YOU. Personnel Support Programs (PSP) Retail Services (CANEX) SISIP Financial Services (SISIP) Casualty Support Management (DCSM)

By osanna
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The Canadian Forces and Peace Support Operations

The Canadian Forces and Peace Support Operations

The Canadian Forces and Peace Support Operations. Colonel Paul Morneault on behalf of Col Mike Hanrahan Director of Peacekeeping Policy Department of National Defence. March, 2007. Legacy of the 1990’s. Somalia, Rwanda, and Srebrenica (Bosnia) Brahimi Panel Report

By monita
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Canadians in space: Marc Garneau & Roberta Bondar

Canadians in space: Marc Garneau & Roberta Bondar

Canadians in space: Marc Garneau & Roberta Bondar. Grade 6 Space Unit. What do you think is the role of an astronaut?. What is an Astronaut?. a person who is trained to travel in a spacecraft. Think, Pair, Share.

By howard
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Canada’s participation in foreign conflicts, pt. 1

Canada’s participation in foreign conflicts, pt. 1

Canada’s participation in foreign conflicts, pt. 1. MUNDY 2010. World War I. Britain and allies went to war with Germany on August 4, 1914 Canada did not have authority in international defence, so it was automatically participating

By brede
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CANOSCOM Brief to Domestic Operations Symposium

CANOSCOM Brief to Domestic Operations Symposium

CANOSCOM Brief to Domestic Operations Symposium. Logistics in Chaos Brigadier-General Denis Bouchard. CONTENT. Canadian Forces Organizational Structure CANOSCOM Mission and Roles Emergency Management in Canada Canadian Forces in Domestic Operations Op Assistance ( Winnipeg Floods – 1997)

By cleta
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Morale and Welfare RCAF HCOL Conference Comox – 30 May 2013

Morale and Welfare RCAF HCOL Conference Comox – 30 May 2013

Morale and Welfare RCAF HCOL Conference Comox – 30 May 2013. Commodore Mark B. Watson DGMWS. Agenda. Introduction Organization and background Vision Programs, services, and initiatives. Defence Team – Morale & Welfare. Approximately 5,600 “Staff of the Non-Public Funds, Canadian Forces”

By piper
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Morale and Welfare Presentation to the RCAF Logistics Conference

Morale and Welfare Presentation to the RCAF Logistics Conference

Morale and Welfare Presentation to the RCAF Logistics Conference. Commodore Mark B. Watson 14 November 2012. CFPFSS = MORALE AND WELFARE. Agenda. Introduction NPP Governance and DGPFSS organization Vision, priorities, and strategy Programs, services, and activities Initiatives.

By jerica
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Dieppe

Dieppe

Dieppe. Disaster at Dieppe. A quick raid becomes one of the worst disasters in Canadian military history. August 19, 1942 Five thousand Canadians soldiers made up the bulk of the assault force. The attack on Dieppe was supposed to be a quick in-and-out raid.

By jorn
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Will Canada Be a UN Peacekeeper Again?

Will Canada Be a UN Peacekeeper Again?

Will Canada Be a UN Peacekeeper Again?. Dr. Walter Dorn Canadian Forces College 11 February 2010. UN Photo. Canadian Peacekeeping Tradition. 1994. 1996. 1988. 1992. 1957. 2001. 2003 2007. 1993. 2000. 1995. Cdn Fatalities Plaque. Dorn. “We Remember”.

By torn
(87 views)

If the Military can do it: Why can’t we? How the Canadian Forces does “it”!

If the Military can do it: Why can’t we? How the Canadian Forces does “it”!

If the Military can do it: Why can’t we? How the Canadian Forces does “it”!. Presented by: LCol Susan Groves Canadian Forces Health Services Pharmacy Senior Practice Leader On behalf of BGen H. Jaeger, Surgeon-General Canadian Forces CLEAR, Sept 2008.

By amena
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