Significance Of World War 2 Canada

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World War 2 World War 2 was the most important event that occurred in Canada history. Canada had great significance in this war. When the war was declared on September 9th, 1939 Canada had major contributions towards the separation and collaboration of its allies, the league of nations, experiences and learning experiences, women's roles, and finally the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP). First, during the second world war, Canada made many allies and separated from allies. Canada just before the war was part of the British monocracy, where they had to do what Britain did. For example when Britain declared war in the world war one. Canada had to declare war as allies of Britain. However, in world war 2 Britain declared war on September 1st, 1939 as did France. Canada at the time had a vote for all provinces and territories to go to war. Prime minister Mackenzie King wished to be re-elected and promised no conscription in order to get Quebec's vote. Canada declared war on September 9th/10th 1939, as he used the war as an attempt to appease the country. …show more content…

After the first attempt of the league of nations was made, it failed and was the result of world war 2. The league of nations was assembled after world war 2 to prevent any future wars and conflicts between countries. The league has been successful this time due to the amount of participating countries involved. In total 50 countries are involved. In 1939 there were 9/10 counties contributing making only a same impact to any conflict. During the first world war, there was little support to the league and it resulted in world war two. However, after the war 50 counties have met up to discuss and prevent war to this

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