[Photo] Internment camp for Japanese-Canadians, British Columbia, Canada, Jun 1945
This is a picture of Canadian troops landing on Juno beach on D-day. This helps you see what the Canadian troops were experencing that day. I know this is a credible source because I got it from "The Canadian encyclopedia"
Men do road construction work at an Unemployment Relief Camp in the Kimberly-Wasa area of British Columbia during the Great Depression in Canada.
This is a picture of Japaneese Canadians being transported to internment camps. It shows how they didn't even treat them like humans. They crammed them all into the back of the truck as if they were animals. I know this source is credible because I found it on the Canadian encylopedia.
This is a Canadian propaganda poster from the World War II time period. I know this is a credible source because I got it from a very reliable Canadian website (CollectionsCanada). This source shows what life would've been like back home for Canadian citizens. They always would have propaganda shoved in their face and they would start to feel bad if they didn't go to war. So a lot of them ended up chosing to go to war.
This is a piece of propaganda from WW2. They did not want people talking if they knew secret information. They were trying to show that if you talked, your pretty much responsible for that ship being sunk.
This is a piece of propaganda from WW2. They are trying to get a message across to Canadian citizens. The message they are trying to get across is that Canada needs your help on the warfront. They are saying there are many places to get invloved and so you should help. When they say "if the cap fits wear it!" they are showing all the different ways you can help on the war front, so if you can do one of those things then you should do it.
This is a letter a Canadian solider wrote to his wife back home. The whole letter is on the website I got it from but only part of it could fit on the picture. I know this source is credible because I found it on a website that is specifically focused on real Canadian letters, and they have lots from WW2. The rest of the explanation is in the comment.
This is the Canadian proclamation of war in september 1939. I know this is a reliable source because I found it from the Canadian war museum.
This is a photo from the great depression. Unemployed families would eat at ¨soup"kitchens which were run by volunteers and church organizations. This shows how people were not even able to afford food for themselves. I know this is a reliable source because I got it from a very reliable website (thecanadianencyclopedia).
This is a letter from a young man during the great depression. This man had to live off charity. He couldn't get a job so he wanted to move to malta, where his wife is from because he could get a job there, but he didn't even have money to go there. This shows how Canadians at the time were really struggling financially. Many of them started writing letters to the Prime Minister because they were so desprate and didn't know what to do.
This is a letter from the great depression. A son is writing to the Prime Minister about his father. They only have $8 per coming in per week. His dad has not been able to get work and they are all starting to worry. This shows how desperate people were becoming and they just didn't know what to do. I know this is a credible source because I found it on an "Archves of Ontario" website.