Canada at War: 1914-1918
When war broke out in Europe in 1914, the United Kingdom joined the fight. As a British Colony, Canada was automatically also at war. By the end of the war, Canada had changed greatly; Canadians had been conscripted from Vancouver to St. John's; Quebec was on the verge of separating; agricultural and industrial production had increased four-fold, and Canada's government had assumed control of Canadians' lives. All these measures and many more reflect on the Canadian Government's desperation, and these show to what extent our government is willing to transform in times of desperation.
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