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ExamreviewCHC2D104 Grade10twentiethCenturyCanadianHistory Hiroshima&NagasakiCitiesleftinruinsafteratomicbombs Littleboy/FatmanAtomicbombsusedinNagasaki110,000peoplekilledand 110,000injured.Littleboywasthefirstatomicbombeverusedinwar. HarryS.TrumanPresidentattheNagasaki/U.SPresident MajorBattlesinWW1: BattleofJutland: May31st,1916 OffcoastofDenmark Germanskilled6000soldiers Germanyneversailedoutagain VimyRidge:...

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Grade10twentiethCenturyCanadianHistory ExamreviewCHC2D104 Hiroshima&NagasakiCitiesleftinruinsafteratomicbombs Littleboy/FatmanAtomicbombsusedinNagasaki110,000peoplekilledand 110,000injured.Littleboywasthefirstatomicbombeverusedinwar. HarryS.TrumanPresidentattheNagasaki/U.SPresident MajorBattlesinWW1: BattleofJutland: May31st,1916 OffcoastofDenmark Germanskilled6000soldiers Germanyneversailedoutagain VimyRidge: majorturningpointinwar highpointofCanadianachievement Germanhighlydefendedhill Britaintriedmanytimestocapture ArthurCurrie(Canadageneral)plannedattack Tookoverhill Passchendale: HaigwantedtotakeoverBelgiumin1917 Canadianscrawledwaistdeepinmud Onlyfifthoftheforcewasalive Casualties:15654 SuezCanal: SuezcanalcontrolledbyBritishandFrench Egyptdecidedtotakeitback JointedIsraeltoattackEgypt.SuezjoinedEgypt PearsonsuggestedpeacekeepingforcestoUNPeaceresorted Propagandaawaytodescribeinformation(i.e.PropagandaPoster) Conscriptionforinvoluntarylabordemandedbyanestablishedauthority. ConscriptioninWW1: OnMay18,1917Bordenannouncedanewpolicyofconscription. MilitaryServiceBillwaspassedamonthlater,makingmilitaryservicecompulsoryfor allmenbetween20and45years. HalfofallCanadiansopposedBordensbill.FrenchCanadiansriotedinMontreal. HenriBourassaandSirWilfridLaurierwereagainstMilitaryServiceBill.Billwas passedAugust1917. Whenfirstgroupofmenwerecalledmanytriedtobeexemptandothersdisappeared. Therewasriotingandlootingofbusinesses. ConscriptioninWW2: CanadahadbeentornapartbyconscriptioninWorldWar1.MackenzieKingsaidthat noCanadianswouldbeconscriptedinWorldWar11. HitlersVictoryinEuropecausedtheNationalResourcesMobilizationActandmen couldbeconscriptedbutonlyfordefencewithinCanada.Thesemenwerecalled Zombiesbecausepeoplefelttheywerelessthanpatriotic. MackenzieKingletCanadiansvoteastowhetherhecouldbeallowedtobreakhis promisethattherewouldbenoconscriptionandthepeoplevotedinhisfavourand releasedhimfromhispromise MackenzieKingfinallyagreedtoconscriptmenaswarwaswindingdown. CausesofWW1&WW2: WW1: 1)Imperialism 2)Nationalism 3)Militarism 4)Alliances WW2: 1)TheTreatyofVersailles 2)ConditionsinGermanyafterWWI 3)TheriseofHitlerandtheNaziParty 4)ThepolicyofAppeasement TrenchWarfaremachinegunsmostimportantweapon.trencheshadrats,lice,many gotdiseases. WinnipegGeneralStrikeMay1919.Peoplestrikedacrossthecountry.Itwascalled BloodySaturdayandtwopeopledied. BenitoMussoliniFascistdictatorofItalyfrom1922to1943.CreatedanItalianempire inalliancewithHitlersGermanyagainstdemocraticvaluesincludingequalityand individualfreedom. DDayInvasionJune6th1944,thedayinwhichtheinvasionofNormandy Began.TobeginthewesternalliedefforttosetfreetothemainlandofEurope FromNazioccupationduringworldwartwo. SuperPowersAfterWorldWar11U.S.andU.S.S.R. U.S.wasequaltoSovietUnioninmilitarystrength.Ithadnotsufferedbombingor invasion. Onlycountrythathadatomicbomb. HadtakenoverBritainsroleasworldsgreatestimperialpower. Richestcountryintheworld. SovietUnionhadbeendevastatedinwarbutbecauseofitslargearea,populationand wealthofnaturalresourcesitwasaworldpower AfterWarSovietUnionstillhadupto6millionsoldiers,50,000tanksand20,000aircraft RoyBrownPilotcameoutofthecloudstosurpriseGermanysRedBaron. TripleAllianceGermany,Austria/HungaryandItaly TripleEntenteFrance,GreatBritainandRussia NATOandWarsawPactNorthAtlanticTreatyOrganizationisamilitary allianceestablishedbythesigningoftheNorthAtlanticTreaty,between,Canada, Britain,Franceandeightothernations.WarsawPactanorganizationofcommunist statesinCentralandEasternEurope. 1930sNewPoliticalParties,TheirLeadersandPolicies 1.CooperativeCommonwealthFederation(CCF)Saskatchewanparty LeaderJ.S.Woodsworth Wantedgovernmenttoprovidenecessitiesatareasonablecost,suchaswater,hydro, transportation. Labourgroupswantedprotectionforworkers,suchaslawsregardingpay,hours, unemploymentinsurance. 2.CCF,SocialCreditAlbertaParty LeaderHighSchoolPrincipalandRadioPreacherWilliamAberhard feltlotsofgoodsforsalebutpeopledidnothaveenoughmoneyorcredittobuythem. proposedthatgovernmentgiveoutsocialcreditsin$25.00amountseverymonthto everycitizen. nomoneywaseverpaid 3.UnionNationalQuebecParty LeaderMauriceDuplessis Aimwastoimproveworkingconditions,givefinancialhelptofamersandend corruptioningovernment PadlockLawgavethegovernmenttherighttolockthedoorsofbusinessesthathad communistties opposedunions TreatyofVersaillesCanadasignedpeacetreatywhichappliedtoGermany. GuaranteedCanadaaseatinthevoteofthenewleagueofnations.Meanttoensure thatWorldWar1wouldbethewartoendallwars.Treatyplacedsevererestrictions onGermanarmedforces,forcingtheGermanseconomytosuffer. W.L.MackenzieKingthetenthprimeministerofCanada.Thelongestserving Primeminister. Ortona1943Canadalosseswerehigh.Canadiansperusedtriumphant.Ortona RoeCompanybutprojectfailed. InvasionofUSSRWWII blockedRome.CanadiansfoughtagainstGermansandbestknownfightforCanadians. AvroArrowOneofworldsfastestsupersonicjetsthatwastobedevelopedbyA.V. June22nd,1941HitlerlaunchedattackedonSovietUnioncalledOperationBarbarossa usingBlitzkriegtactic OntoOttawaTrekA1935marchofunemployedCanadianworkerstoOttawato demandworkwithwages UBoatsreferstomilitarysubmarinesoperatedbyGermany,particularlyin WorldWarIandWorldWarII. PearlHarborDecember1941.RelationsdeterioratingbetweenJapanandU.S.A. U.S.A.stationnavalfleetatPearlHarbor,Hawaii.Japanalreadydecidedtomakewar onU.S.A.JapanbombedPearlHarborlater.AlmostnothingwasleftofAmerican Pacific. NaziSovietPact(NonAggressionpact)GermanyandSovietUnionsignedpactin whichtheypromisednottogotowaragainsteachotherandagreedtodividePoland betweenthem. BlitzkriegSwiftmilitaryoffensiveusingcoordinationbetweenland,searandairforces, alsoknownasLighteningWar. QuietRevolutionandSeparatism In1960NewLiberalgovernmentbeganaquickandnonviolentprocessofchange andmodernization ManyCanadianscalledthemselvesQuebecois createdcivilservicetogivejobstoitssupporters itmodernizedtheeducationalsystem askedforspecialstatusforQuebec,demandingFederalmoneyforhealthand education. ProhibitionandBootleggingBanningofcertainactivitiesorproducts,suchasliquor. Bootleggingisillegalsaleofalcoholicbeverages. Allies&AxisPowersWWII: AlliedPowersantifascistforcesBritishanditsCommonwealth,FranceandPoland, laterincludingUSandSovietUnion. AxisPowersItalyandGermany AlliedCanada,U.S.andBritain StatuteofWestminsterPassedin1931.GaveCanadaandotherBritish Commonwealthcountriescompletecontrolovertheirrelationswithothernations. SamHughesMinisterofMilitia. PartiQuebecois&Leader LeaderReneLevesque cameintopowerNovember15th,1976 promisedtowinindependenceforQuebec passedCharterBill101placingrestrictionsontheuseofEnglishlanguageinQuebec (signshadtobeinFrenchonly,limitednumberofEnglishschools) EnglishspeakingcitizensofQuebecwereoutragedandmanybusinessesmovedto EnglishCanadaandformedgroupcalledAllianceQuebectofightnewlaw AntiSemitismhatredofJews PierreTrudeauOfficialLanguagesActandConstitution1982 U.SEntryintoWWI AmericanswereshockedandhorrifiedbysurpriseattackonPearlHarbour UnitedStatesdeclaredwaronJapan,fightingagainstfascismandJapanese expansion investedalargeamountofmoney,armsandpersonnelintowareffort SchilieffenPlanastrategicplanforvictoryonthewesternfrontagainstFrance andagainstRussiaintheeast.AFrenchcounterattack,andaspeedyRussian offensivesendedtheGermansintoyearsoftrenchwarfare.Germanswayof avoidingwarontwofronts. DieppeAugust1942theDieppeRaidintheSecondWorldWarbecame knownasabloodybattle,andacostlyonefortheAllies.Canadiansoldierswere Defeated.WascalledanotherPasschendale. St.LouisShiponwhichJewsfledNaziGermanyinMay1939toCuba.TheirVisas wererejectedandtheyturnedtoCanadaandUnitedStatesbutwerealsorejected. EventuallytheyreturnedtoEurope. IronCurtainTwonewalliancesNATOandWarsawPactdeepenedriftbetween EastandWest. ColdWarthestateofconflict,tensionandcompetitionthatexistedbetweenthe UnitedStatesandtheSovietUnion. OctoberCrisis/FLQMorningofOctober5th,1970fourmenfromFrontdeLiberation duQuebecabductedBritishtradecommissionerJamesCrossatgunpointfromhis Montrealhome.Demandedransommoney,transportationtoCubandreleaseof politicalprisoners.Crosswasreleasedtwomonthslaterandcaptorswereallowedtogo toCuba.23peoplewerebroughttotrialandsentendedtoPrison. GouzenkoAffairSovietUnionwastryingtostealmilitarysecretsfromCanada.On September5th,1945,youngclerkwithSovietEmbassy,IgorGouzenko,walkedoutof embassycarrying109topsecretdocumentssayingthatSovietUnionwasrunninga spyringofcivilservantsandmilitaryofficersinCanada. HalifaxExplosion1917CollisionbetweentwoshipsMontBlancandImoinHalifax Harbor.Explosionwasheardmorethan300kilometersawayandleft2,000people dead. LesterPearsonLiberalPartyLeaderandthefourteenthprimeministerofCanada. WoodrowWilson/14Points28thpresidentoftheUnitedStates RedBaronGermanFighterplane Appeasement/MunichAgreementPolicyofmakingconcessionsinordertomaintain peace.InSeptember1938leadersofItaly,FranceandEnglandmetwithHitlerinMunci todecideCzechosolvakiasfate.HitlergotonethirdofCzechosolvakiabuthadtostop alldemandsforterritory. RomeBerlinAxisAgreementin1936inwhichItalyformedclosetieswithGermany. AnschlussTheunificationofAustriaandGermany(unitedtogether) KristallnachtNightofbrokenglasswhensynagoguesandbusinessesinGermany wereransackedandlooted. St.LouisShiponwhichJewsfledNaziGermanyinMay1939toCuba.TheirVisas wererejectedandtheyturnedtoCanadaandUnitedStatesbutwerealsorejected. EventuallytheyreturnedtoEurope. IronCurtainTwonewalliancesNATOandWarsawPactdeepenedriftbetween EastandWest.

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