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 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.
(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.
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.