After the war ended, Canada 's economy did not get better. Because of the war, Canada had to pay $164 million per year to pay off their debt. In result, the modern day income tax was put in place. Over all, Canada 's total debt reached $1,665,576,000
Many of those who abjured [gave up] their Protestant religion repented of their weakness.”(Doc 3) This demonstrates that the removal of the Edict of Nantes drove people insane because it granted the people France substantial rights, however when the rights were removed by Louis XIV people became infuriated, which is another reason to why the French Revolution occurred. Fundamentally, the actions that Louis XIV took had a great impact towards his people. His actions ultimately led the people of France initiate the French Revolution, which left France and its people in a vulnerable
A violent bombardment followed by another gas attack, but the Canadians maintained their grounds. The Canadians established a reputation as a formidable fighting force. Congratulatory messages were cabled to the Canadian Prime Minister. "The costs were high, 6,035 Canadians, became casualties and more than 2,000 died." (Ypres 1915) These were heavy losses in four days for Canada 's little force whose men were civilians months before.
10. The consequences of the War of 1812 were very severe. New England despised the Federalist Party, which tried to secede from the Union. This led to the downfall of the Federalist Party. The US faced several defeats by the British, who were in much debt by the end of the war.
The legacy of Canada’s contributions to the First World War was small but significant. Throughout Canada’s years as a powerful nation, they acquired the harsh realities of war and why it is important to separate themselves from Britain and start gaining independence and nationhood. The First World War was truly the period where many nations fought against one another leading to the immensity of destruction. Although at the end of the war, Canada was no longer seen merely as the colony of Britain , but a nation with full independence that had been shaped into a strong and powerful country it has become today. The Great War commences on July 1914, it is assumed tacitly that Canada would also join the war as Britain 's ally and subordinate.
In my opinion, the outcome of World War I harmed the domestic policies and systems of the United States. From the result of the war, there were changes dealing with politics, economics, and public opinions in the United States. Relating to politics, Wilson 's goal of the United States becoming part of the League of Nations was an overall negative effect on Wilson 's reputation. The constant nagging of Wilson to get the United States to join hurt his reputation by the people and the government. Although the United States did not join, the League of Nations was created but did not live up to the country 's expectations.
Some say it was the moment Canada finally rose from under the shadow of Britain, and felt capable of greatness. Although it was a victory at a tragic cost, with more than 10,000 dead and wounded, Canadian soldiers earned a reputation of being formidable and effective troops.  The Canadian Corps were ordered to seize Vimy Ridge in 1917. Previous French attacks had failed with over 100,000 casualties, so Canadians would essentially be assaulting over a graveyard. The troops would carefully plan and rehearse their attack in order to capture this difficult position.
Canadian/American relations have always been much like that of a brother and his younger sister. They are dependent on one another, and their bond is built off of friendship and trust. When battles occur, they ride in together, and when one is in need, support is given. In 1917, the Halifax Explosion devastated a section of Nova Scotia, and the size of the accident destroyed a large amount of both people and homes. The medicinal and reparation costs were more than the surrounding cities could afford.
There are far too many parallels between ancient Rome and modern America. It seems as if many people do not care enough about the path our country is headed down. Ethics and values have gone out the window, the government has doomed the working class, people have become violent, people are acting without fully thinking and war is constant. America needs a change before it is too late. Ethics and values have merely disappeared but when they are present they seem to be hypocritical.
The Great Depression was a worldwide economic downturn that began in 1929 and went on to 1939. This was the longest and worst depression experienced by the western world which caused fundamental changes in economic institutions, macroeconomic policy, and economic theory. It originated in the United States but the Great Depression caused rises in unemployment rates, declines in output, and deflation in almost every country. The timing and harshness of the Great Depression was different for every country, some were more affected than others The Great Depression affected lots of countries but very few were affected like Canada was. The Depression left millions of Canadians hungry and homeless.
The American Revolution was not avoidable because of British policies that were unfair to colonists. An example is the Proclamation of 1763 which prohibited colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains. This policy limited opportunity for colonists. Another issue that angered colonists was the increase of taxation without representation.The colonists reaction to these policies were protests, boycotts, and harassing tax collectors. The french and indian war lead to tension because then the British government had to pay for weapons and such to win the fight resulting in them falling into a lot of debt.
Before the date of December 7th, the United States had already had an unstable stock market since the Great Depression. On top of all the major impacts that occurred in the 1920s and a little later, the attack on Pearl Harbor did the most. There economical changes also went on and affected some other foreign countries. The attack made huge physical damage, costing the United States lots of money. Following the attack on September 11th, there was defense spending, which led to debt in the U.S.
The World War I is the most damaging war in the history in which many people were killed, in which Europe is divided into many different countries. It was the war between Central powers Germany, Austria-Hungry and Allies Great Britain, Russia and Italy but also many more countries were involved into the war. World War I bring many outcomes like nationalism and militarism. The advanced technology and many more advanced weapons were used in the war. America’s role in the war was only to export useful weapons, clothes and shoes into the war, but after US merchants was being killed, America enters in the war to support Allies.
The national debt of America is at an all-time high, and, if not corrected, will lead to the downfall of the economy and the government’s ability to serve the people. The national debt is the collective accumulation of debt owed to foreign and domestic creditors. The massive debt threatens America’s soundness as a nation and must be dramatically reduced in order to maintain the nation’s economic and political stability. To correct the national debt, the federal government must impose a strict debt limit to keep the debt from expanding further and implement a series of fiscal restructures, economic stimulations, and firm legislative actions to reduce the debt to a manageable amount. The terms national debt refers to the total amount owed