This picture shows Canadian soldiers resting in Belgium. Source is credible because it was taken at the time of the event and is the original source. This shows Canadian lives changing because they are fighting to liberate Belgium, and many Canadians are putting their lives at risk to help others.

Soldiers of the Royal Regiment of Canada rest in Blankenberge, September 1944

This picture shows Canadian troops landing on Juno beach on D-Day. This source is credible because it is a picture from an original observer from D-Day. It shows Canadian lives changing because they are finally winning over Nazi Germany.

This picture shows Canadian troops landing on Juno beach on D-Day. This source is credible because it is a picture from an original observer from D-Day. It shows Canadian lives changing because they are finally winning over Nazi Germany.

Canadian soldiers at the graves of the Canadian soldiers who died during the battle of Dieppe. Credible primary source because it is authentic and original. It tells us that Canada will only learn from its mistakes with Dieppe to come back stronger than ever.

Figott and members of his company of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry kneeling at the graves of Canadian soldiers killed at Dieppe on 19 August Dieppe, France, 1 September

This picture was taken on D-Day and it shows Canadians landing at Juno beach. This source is credible because it was in a photo gallery on the Canada at War website. This picture represents Canadians lives changing at the time it was taken because they won against the Nazis and liberated western Europe.

This picture was taken on D-Day and it shows Canadians landing at Juno beach. This source is credible because it was in a photo gallery on the Canada at War website.

This picture is showing Japanese Canadians being sent to Internment camps in B.C. This is a credible source because it was taken at the scene and was published by a photographer at the time. It shows Canadian lives changing because they are being take from their homes and sent into interment camps because the government does not trust them and they have to leave almost everything they have behind.

This picture is showing Japanese Canadians being sent to Internment camps in B. This is a credible source because it was taken at the scene and was published by a photographer at the time.

This shows a man hugging his mother after he returns home from World War 2. This is a credible source because it was taken at the time of the event. This shows Canadian lives changing because soldiers are coming home and Canadian lives are going back to the way they were before the war.

Soldier Emile Turcot hugs his mother, while surrounded by his sisters, on the day he returned to Canada after the Second World War, on Oct.

The first nursing sisters of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps to land in France after D-Day. This source is credible because it was in a photo gallery on the website Collections Canada and has a date and the person who took it listed. It tells us that women are more accepted and are allowed to participate more in WW2 than WW1.

The first nursing sisters of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps to land in France after D-Day. France, July (L-R): Lieutenant M. Green, Captain H. Boutilier and Major Moya MacDonald. Photograph by Lieutenant Frank L.

Medics help a Canadian Soldier with a head injury on July 15, 1944. It is credible because the source provides us a date and was taken when it happened. What it tells us about changing lives of people at this time is that Canadians are getting injured and that the war overseas is very dangerous.

A wounded soldier is treated for a headwound on the battlefield near Caen, July note the bullet damage to his helmet and the corresponding bandage on his head.

This picture shows Canadian soldiers in Europe during World War 2. This is a credible source because it is a primary source and was posted by a women who's father served in the Canadian Military. Canadian lives are changing in this time because men have to leave their homes to go to war and leave their families behind.

My father served in the Canadian military in Europe during the Second World War.

This is a propaganda poster telling people on Canada's home front to buy victory bonds to keep Hitler away. The poster is credible because it was posted by the Air Museum and they have the actual poster. This shows the change in Canadians lives because Canada was involved in War and needed help from Canadians by buying victory bonds to help for war. It shows that Canadians were afraid of Hitler and the government is using this as propaganda.

To encourage the public to support the war effort by buying Victory bonds, designer Gordon K. Odell resorted to a frequent propaganda ploy, vilifying the enemy to contrast it with the values and ideals defended by the homeland.

US President F.D. Roosevelt, Canadian PM W.L.M. King and British PM Winston Churchill at Québec on August 1943. Credible because it comes from the Canadian Encyclopedia and has the date it was taken listed. It tells us that these three leaders were meeting most likely because of the war and that life was getting difficult at this time.

Québec Conference, 1943 US President F. Roosevelt, Canadian PM W. King and British PM Winston Churchill at Québec, August 1943 (courtesy Library and Archives WWII Canada

This propaganda picture shows the conscription crisis, where French Canadians did not want conscription while the rest of Canada did. This is reliable and credible because it came from the Canadian History website. It tells us that many men are going to be going to war, with or without conscription.

This is a political cartoon about the Conscription Crisis. When Canada made conscription a law, Quebec was upset because they felt no loyalty to Britain and did not think that they should be forced to fight.

This picture shows Canada fighting by Britain's side. This primary source is credible because it is from the war museum and is authentic. It tells us about the changing Canadians lives that even though Canada is more independent, it is still Britain's ally.

The Canadian War Museum - A Chronology of Canadian Military History. Canada’s dispatched strong military forces to Britain as soon as possible.

This picture shows German prisoners carrying a dead Canadian soldier during WW2. This source is credible because it is authentic and original. It shows Canadian lives changing because Canadians are losing their lives fighting in the war for Canada.

The Gothic Line - German prisoners-of-war carrying wounded members of the Canadian Corps through Cesena.

Pinterest
Search