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World War II Prelude to Global War

World War II Prelude to Global War

World War II Prelude to Global War. World War II. Although times were hard in the United States throughout the Great Depression they were worse in other countries. Dictators. Dictators rose to power throughout Europe

By val
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Unit IV Forces of Nationalism

Unit IV Forces of Nationalism

Unit IV Forces of Nationalism. WWII. The Peace of Paris did not provide the lasting peace that it was designed to maintain. By 1939 the World was on the verge of war Hitler had risen to power in Germany and was trying to take over all of Europe In the east Stalin was preparing for war

By kylia
(99 views)

THE SUEZ CRISIS AND THE FIRST “UN PEACEKEEPING FORCE”

THE SUEZ CRISIS AND THE FIRST “UN PEACEKEEPING FORCE”

THE SUEZ CRISIS AND THE FIRST “UN PEACEKEEPING FORCE”. Dr. Walter Dorn based on a presentation by Dr. David Last, RMC. 13 April 2011. ME Map. A. James, 1990. Suez, Sinai and the Gaza Strip. LEAD UP TO THE CRISIS. 1948 - Arab-Israeli war 1949 - Armistice UNTSO created

By villette
(223 views)

Canada Goes to War

Canada Goes to War

Canada Goes to War. SS 11. Objective. I can...explain Canada’s entrance into WWI. I can…outline and explain the War Measures Act. ANSWERING THE CALL. "The whelps of the lion are joining their sire". Jumping In. Canada automatically entered the war as part of the British Empire.

By jethro
(142 views)

Canada and Conscription (the Draft)

Canada and Conscription (the Draft)

Canada and Conscription (the Draft). Conscription. King did not want to see a repeat of the Conscription Crisis that had damaged French-English relations during World War One.

By ania
(145 views)

Major Canadian Battles

Major Canadian Battles

Major Canadian Battles. April 1915: Second Battle of Ypres. Those Bloody WIPERS won’t budge!!! Important railway & communications hub Germans pushed the French troops back employing the use of chlorine gas for the first time on the Western Front.

By senwe
(131 views)

Key Battles in WW2

Key Battles in WW2

Key Battles in WW2. The savage fighting in Normandy continued throughout June and July of 1944. . Canadian troops had a long, hard year of fighting They re-took Dieppe – a great celebration. From Normandy to the Netherlands. Canadians advancing through Belgium toward the Netherlands

By nizana
(66 views)

Bellwork January 30, 2014

Bellwork January 30, 2014

Bellwork January 30, 2014 . The U.S. became involved in the war because of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, but the war started with Hitler. We had to start somewhere, Japan or Hitler. Where do you think we started and why? Write at least 2 COMPLETE sentences in your Composition Book .

By ama
(132 views)

Events of the War in Europe

Events of the War in Europe

Events of the War in Europe. Europe by June 1940. War Returns to Europe. The Nazi-Soviet Pact gave Hitler the opportunity to use his armies in Western Europe without the interference of the Soviet Union. Blitzkrieg!.

By wesley
(148 views)

WWII Battles

WWII Battles

WWII Battles. Invasion of Poland. 1939 Official start of WWII. Nazi Invasions. Denmark Norway France Belgium Luxembourg the Netherlands invaded. Guess What? Where? When? Why?. Miracle of Dunkirk. May 1940 Along English Channel in France/Belgium

By dian
(210 views)

Weapons of World War I

Weapons of World War I

Weapons of World War I.

By jenaya
(58 views)

The Italian Campaign

The Italian Campaign

The Italian Campaign. Canada’s Invasion of Sicily, Victory at Ortona , D-Day and Liberation of the Netherlands. Entry Questions. What was the German air force called? What was the significance of the Battle of Britain? Where did Canadians first see action?

By ulla
(227 views)

Land Battles

Land Battles

Land Battles. Ms. Campbell Socials 11. Second Battle of Ypres. The Canadian Expeditionary Force arrived in France February 1915 and began fighting on the Western Front One of the first major trench battles for Canadians came at the Second Battle of Ypres in Belgium.

By tom
(139 views)

World War II Canada’s Role

World War II Canada’s Role

World War II Canada’s Role. The War Begins…. German troops parade through Warsaw after the surrender of Poland. September 28-30, 1939.

By veata
(65 views)

Northwest rebellion

Northwest rebellion

Métis and FN in the Northwest, Riel Returns, Métis Bill of Rights. Northwest rebellion. Métis in the Northwest territories. 1884 losing patience with Canadian Government Unclear status under the Indian Act Not part of the treaty process Increasing immigration of settlers

By hertz
(442 views)

Canada’s Main Contributions

Canada’s Main Contributions

Canada’s Main Contributions. The Battle of the Atlantic Hong Kong The Italian Campaign D-Day on Juno Beach Dieppe. Introduction. Canadian troops played a vital role in the 20-month Mediterranean campaign which led to the liberation of Italy during the Second World War.

By charis
(225 views)

World War II Battles

World War II Battles

World War II Battles. Summary of WWII Lead-Up. The event which really kick starts the war is the invasion of Poland in 1939. Britain and the rest of the world had been working on a policy of appeasement towards Germany and its allies. Canada had been an isolationist country.

By dean
(276 views)

Vimy Ridge

Vimy Ridge

Vimy Ridge. By: Ian Brackman, Usman Taj, Matthew Hart & Robert De Luca. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWjZAX0ZWpI. The Event: Why Did It Work?. Most famous Canadian battle of WW1 Mixture of tactical and technical innovation Meticulous planning Powerful artillery support

By burton
(170 views)

The Dieppe Raid “Operation Jubilee”

The Dieppe Raid “Operation Jubilee”

The Dieppe Raid “Operation Jubilee”. Reasons for the Raid. The town of Dieppe was an important port town Allies were not yet prepared for a full invasion of Europe Dieppe Raid was a way to test new techniques and equipment

By janus
(590 views)

Canada and World War II

Canada and World War II

Canada and World War II. Important Battles of WWII: Dieppe Raid Battle of Hong Kong. Battle of Hong Kong. In November 1941, Canada sent 1975 troops to help garrison the British colony of Hong Kong . Canadian troops were not fully equipped or trained at this time.

By jagger
(269 views)

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