Social Studies Resources

Canada and The Cold Wars


Mind Map/ Web Help

http://www.biggerplate.com/education-mindmaps

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Political Cartoon and Editorial Analyses

Open in the document downloads file .

Steps to Analyzing a Political Cartoon:

1.   Does the cartoon have a title? If so, what does it mean?

2.   Who is the figure in the cartoon? (name, position)

3.   What is the figure doing or saying?

4.   What is the setting?

5.   Where and when does the action in the cartoon take place?

6.   Are there any symbols in the cartoon? If so, what do they mean?

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Movie as a Historical Resource

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World War 1: 

PLEASE KEEP THIS FOR FINAL REVIEW

Define the following (make sure you can explain how it contributes to the war or how it changed things in relation to Canada and the world):

Militarism

Nationalism

Imperialism

Alliance system

Triple Entente

Triple Alliance

Black Hand

Gavrilo Princip

Archduke Franz Ferdinand

Canada’s entry into the war

Canadian reaction to our entry into the war

Schlieffen Plan

Sir Sam Hughes

Robert Borden

Allies

Central Powers

Valcartier

Ross Rifle

Canadian Expeditionary Force

Arthur Currie

General Douglas Haig

Stalemate

No Man’s Land

Over the Top

Trench Warfare

Victory bonds

Battles of Attrition

Total War

Second Battle of Ypres

Battle of the Somme

Battle of Vimy Ridge

Battle of Passchendaele

Propaganda  (what it is and what it ried to do specifically during the war)

War Measures Act

Ace

Dogfight

Billy Bishop

Victoria Cross

Lusitania

U-Boats

The Hundred Days

Rations

The Halifax Explosion

Censorship

Income Tax

Conscription

3 groups that were against conscription and why

Military Services Act

Military Voters Act

Wartime Elections Act

Conscientious Objectors

“Enemy Aliens”

Armistice

Treaty of Versailles

Paris Peace Conference

Reparations

War Guilt Clause

New Technology and its effect on fighting

Effects of the War on Canada

Women during wartime (at home and overseas…what did they do what did they gain)

MAP OF EUROPE

John McCrae

“In Flanders Fields”

Remembrance Day

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