Effects Of WW1 That Turned Canada Into A Nation
WW1 was started by the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand in 1914 which led to several other problems being triggered by this assassination.
Britain was going to war with Germany and since Canada was a part of the British empire Canada was automatically a part of the war.
Canada had sent their soldiers to Britain to fight in the war and earned them a spot in the peace table which was a step forward into the independence of Canada.
The war would start with the French and English Canadians having many disputes and led to the conscription in the end.
After the war the French Canadians and the English Canadians would come together and form a unified nation
At the beginning of the war the women would usually take care of the house while they are controlled by their husbands in many other ways.
By the end of the war the women would be finally given the right to vote and work at places that they weren't allowed to work at before the war due to their limited rights.
The government would try to unify the French and English Canadians and tried to control anti-corruption riots by threatening anyone who is "obstructing" to the federal government, and the troops for the duration of the war.
At the start of the war Canada was a part of the British Empire and celebrated the soldiers that went to fight in the war.
The government would be in massive debt by the end of the war and have to try and pay it off with income tax and also started to become more of a democracy.
Canada would own its own national identity in the end and would become an independent country. An armistice would be signed and everyone would come together and celebrate the marking of the end ion the war.
Status Of Women
Relations With Britain
Role Of Government
To conclude, Canada has become a stronger nation from WW1 and has continued to grow drastically and show how strong and far it has come as a country since the war.