This is a picture from world war 2 that showcases one of the weapons that were used and how the soldiers had to be sure to have an eye on everything because an enemy soldier could be hiding in the shooters blind spot. This is a credible source because it gives information on the types of weapons that the Canadian soldiers would have used and was taken during the time period.

Ortona - An unidentified gunner of the Saskatoon Light Infantry (M.) laying down harrassing fire with a Vickers machine gun.

This is another propaganda poster from world war 2 and is credible because it was found during the 40's. This poster tells us that after the men left for the war, women were needed to work in men's jobs because there were spots to be filled to help produce things for the war such as; guns, tanks, and machinery.

Vintage World War II poster recruiting women into factory work while the men were fighting overseas

This is a picture of a portable hospital tent for Canadian soldiers. It shows how uncomfortable it would have been for wounded soldiers trying to rest and regain their strength. It shows how even though the time was tough for soldiers they stayed strong and got through it. It is a credible source because it was taken from the time period and gives quite a bit of information on how Canadian soldiers rested and regained their strength.

The admission area of the No. 2 Canadian General Hospital - Found via The Passion of Former Days

This is a picture from the battle of Ortona and shows that it was a very dangerous hand to hand combat and how Canadian troops had to be very courageous and careful because of the alleyways and having an enemy soldier hiding in one. It is a credible source because it gives a lot of information about the cautiousness that Canadian soldiers had to take and also is taken directly from the time period.

Over soldiers of the Canadian Infantry Division stormed the beaches at Pachino on July marking the beginning of the Sicilian Campaign – codenamed “Operation Husky” – during World War II.

This is a picture from the great depression. it is credible because it was taken during the 30's and shows a lot about how people were affected by the events going on around them. This picture shows unemployed men trying to find jobs and travelling to other towns in order to find one in order to support themselves and their family. Towns started putting up billboards stating that there were no jobs available because the unemployment rates were so high.

The Great Depression In this picture, the board's caption shows "Jobless men keep going" and there are exactly people walking in front the board. It shows in the Great Depression time, there are lots of jobless people.

This is a propaganda poster from the great depression. It is a credible source because it is taken from the time period. It tells us that food was scarce during this time period and people were being very cautious of what they were buying and eating so they wouldn't waste any.

This is a propaganda poster regarding food rations during the time of World War I. The posters would say "Food is a weapon, don't waste it" meaning that food is scarce just like the weapons we need for war.

This is a propaganda poster from world war 2 and is credible because it is directly from the time period. It is also a poster that was seen in everyone's lives during the 40's. It tells us that citizens were encouraged not to talk about military pans because word could get around and the enemy would eventually find out.

"Telling a Friend May Mean Telling The Enemy" ~ British WWII 'loose lips' poster.

This is a picture of women involved in a "man's" job as police officers. It demonstrates how women are helping out during the war in ways they haven't been able to experience before. This is a credible source because it gives some information about the time period and is taken directly from the time period

(primary source) This photo shows women in Canada’s army, and demonstrates the it changing lives of Canadians in many ways. This picture shows an increase in female involvement, women were not just helping in the war effort but working with the military.

This is a newspaper from world war 2. It is credible because it is a legitimate newspaper that is still in circulation. It tells us that canadians were donating clothing to women in Stalingrad who are helping in the war. It also tells us that by Canada donating, it gives people faith that with all of the ALlies working together and helping each other they can win the war against Germany.

This is a newspaper from world war 2. It is credible because it is a legitimate newspaper that is still in circulation. It tells us that canadians were donating clothing to women in Stalingrad who are helping in the war. It also tells us that by Canada donating, it gives people faith that with all of the ALlies working together and helping each other they can win the war against Germany.

This is another picture from d-day and is of the troops on the boat waiting to arrive in Normandy. It shows how many people wanted to help in the war and that they are ready to fight and help the allies. It demonstrates the Canadian involvement in the war and their readiness to help and prove their courage. This picture is a credible source because it can give a lot of information about d-day and the Canadian involvement.

Soldiers of the Canadian Infantry Division aboard a landing craft ship, ready to move on Juno Beach.

This is a propaganda poster that encourages women to join the military and that women CAN do the things that men are doing. It gives women a boost of confidence that they are strong enough to do a "man's" job and makes women feel more helpful in the war effort. It gives women more opportunities to get involved and lets women be proud of their county. It is a credible source because it gives a lot of information about the time period and is directly from world war 2.

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This is a picture that has had colour added to it. It shows the soldiers on the beach during d-day and how they had to swim and run up on shore in order to actually get to the beach. It also shows that they had to carry all of their equipment with them and how difficult that would have been. This is a credible source because it is a picture directly from the time period and gives a lot of information about what the troops went through in order to help the allies.

Canadian soldiers of the Canadian Infantry Division disembark on Juno Beach, at Bernières sur Mer around midday on June A series of 7 pictures all shot by Ken Bell.

This is a photograph of unemployed men standing in line, waiting for free food in order to keep themselves healthy. This demonstrates how difficult times were during the great depression  and gives an idea on how many people were unemployed. It is a credible source because it is a picture from the time period and tells a lot about what canadians were going through at the time.

During the Great Depression preceding the passage of the Social Security Act, "soup kitchens" provided the only meals some unemployed Americans had. This particular soup kitchen was sponsored by the Chicago gangster, Al Capone.

This is a propaganda poster from world war 2 and is credible because it could be found during the time period. It tells us that if the allies wanted to win the war and have Churchill as their leader, then they couldn't waste any food. It's also saying to share your food with others such as the military because then the allies can win.

I want to see a fight between Churchill Pot and Hitler Pie! It would be the most awesome fight ever.

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