Canada's most famous flying ace
Canada's most significant battle of the war, fought in 1917, ended with the capture of a ridge after French and British forces had failed
forced military service
the battle where the Germans introduced poison gas, Canadians stood their ground while other troops retreated
the Canadian-made weapon that tended to jam in muddy conditions of France
"over the top"
Expression referring to climbing out of a trench or over the front edge of the trench to begin moving across no man's land.
archduke of austria who was assassinated by Serbian nationalist; sparked WWI
Minister of Militia during WWI, left government because he was accused of profiteering
Bonds sold by the government during World War 1 to help raise revenue for the war effort
PM during World War I
no man's land
the area between opposing trenches
Alliance between Germany, Italy, Austria Hungry
An alliance between Great Britain, France and Russia in the years before WWI.
Most powerful warship, created by the British, led to arms race
Wartime Elections Act
granted the vote to the mothers, sisters, and wives of soldiers in the Armed Forces
Military Service Act
this act, introduced by Borden, made enlistment compulsory
first Canadian promoted to general after victory at Vimy Ridge. became commander of all Canadian corps.
War Measure's Act
gave the government sweeping powers to ensure "the security, defence, peace, order, and welfare of Canada"
War Guilt Clause
part of the Treaty of Versailles that stated that Germany was solely responsible for World War I
payment for damages after a war, imposed on Germany after WWI
Frist French-Canadian prime minister.
war fought between the British and the Dutch in South Africa. Britian requested Canada's help, French Canadians were against providing help
Introduced by Laurier, created Canada's first navy
(1917) Caused by the collision of the Imo and the munitions ship, Mont Blanc. The resulting explosion caused nearly 2000 deaths in Halifax and leveled a large part of the city.
Alaska Boundary Dispute
territorial dispute between US and Canada. Britain sided with the US in settling the boundary
the extension of a nation's power over other lands. One of the causes of WWI
the belief that your national culture and interests are superior to any other
battle that decimated the Newfoundland army
groups of ships that were escorted across the Atlantic by warships for safety
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