Causes and Consequences of Canada's participation in war

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Causes and Consequences of Canada's participation in war により Mind Map: Causes and Consequences of Canada's participation in war

1. World War I

2. World War II

3. Cold War

4. Causes

4.1. There had been growing tensions before and after WWI between the U.S.A and the Soviet Union

4.2. The U.S feared communism and the Soviet Union feared democracy so both had different ideology

5. Consequences

5.1. Canada was in between Russia and the Soviet Union

5.2. It was the closest the world has got to a nuclear war

5.3. Both the U.S and the Soviet Union didn't dare to directly attack each other so they would compete to control space

6. Causes

6.1. The direct cause of WWI was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand at Sarajevo on 28 June 1914

6.2. Nationalism

6.3. Militarism

6.4. Imperialism

7. Consequences

7.1. Canada was automatically at war because it was a colony of Britain

7.2. Germany had to sign The Treaty Of Versailles

8. Causes

8.1. The Treaty of Versailles

8.2. The economic collapse and the political instability

9. Consequences

9.1. Canada wasn't automatically at war when Britain was but still had to help their allies fight the war

9.2. At the end of the war, millions of people were homeless, the European economy had collapsed, and much of the European industrial infrastructure had been destroyed. The Soviet Union, too, had been heavily affected

10. Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union, refused to join the United Nations

11. Stalin was angry that Britain and America kept delaying D-Day, believing that they allowed Germany to weaken the Soviet Union

12. Stalin and Churchill clashed over how much control Stalin would have over the countries of eastern Europe

13. large areas of eastern Europe were falling under Soviet control

14. They both believed that the other ideology was a threat to their own way of life, and that the only way for the world to be happy was for their own ideology to take over the world

15. the will of the majority, that is distinguished by free institutions, representative government, free elections, guarantees of individual liberty, freedom of speech and religion, and freedom from political oppression

16. the will of a minority forcibly imposed upon the majority. It relies upon terror and oppression, a controlled press and radio, fixed elections, and the suppression of personal freedoms

17. If the Soviet Union directly attack America with nuclear weapons then Canada would automatically be involved because they are in the middle of it which means that we could get bombed too

18. Canada let America set communication towers to help them defend against the Soviet Union in case they attacked from up North

19. The Cuban Missile Crisis was a direct and dangerous confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War and was the moment when the two superpowers came closest to nuclear conflict

20. The Soviet Union became the first to launch an artificial satellite into space in 1955

21. The United States would also be able to launch a satellite into space

22. The race to see who could dominate in spaceflight capability

23. The United States won by landing Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the Moon, July 1969

24. Austria-Hungary used the assassination to declare war on Serbia which lead to other countries getting involved to defend one another

25. Much of the origin of the war was based on the desire of the Slavic peoples in Bosnia and Herzegovina to no longer be part of Austria Hungary but instead be part of Serbia

26. An arms race had begun. By 1914, Germany had the greatest increase in military buildup. Great Britain and Germany both greatly increased their navies in this time period. Further, in Germany and Russia particularly, the military establishment began to have a greater influence on public policy. This increase in militarism helped push the countries involved into war

27. Africa and parts of Asia were points of contention amongst the European countries. This was especially true because of the raw materials these areas could provide. The increasing competition and desire for greater empires led to an increase in confrontation that helped push the world into World War I

28. To show that they are a country of its own Canada delayed a recruitment for one week to show Britain that they are no longer in charge of them

29. Canada began the war with one division of citizen soldiers under the command of a British general

30. It was this Canadian war record that won for Canada a separate signature on the Peace Treaty signifying that national status had been achieved

31. They ended with a superb fighting force under the command of a Canadian

32. Germany had to agree that they were the ones who started the war and take all the blame for it

33. Had to pay for damages, lose land, give its colonies to Britain and France and couldn't join the League of Nations

34. Hitler's Germany to take revenge because they were humiliated by the Treaty of Versailles

35. They started by re-occupying the Rhineland and making treaties with Austria which they weren't allowed to according to the Treaty of Versailles

36. Britain and France didn't respond because they thought the Treaty was a little too harsh so they let them keep the Rhineland because they didn't want to risk causing another war

37. After WWI a lot of factories dedicated to making supplies and weapons were shut down, there was overproduction, and the stock market crashed

38. This is another reason why countries go to war, because their economy is doing bad so they have to re-build it by taking another countries supply and resources

39. Britain and France did respond when Hitler invaded Poland by declaring war on Germany, but it was too late because Germany's army was already re-developed and strong

40. Money was taken from Germany and distributed among the European countries to help them rebuild and Germany's army was reduced to make sure no repetition of the war happens

41. Germany was divided into four temporary occupation zones, roughly based on the locations of the Allied armies. The German capital, Berlin, was also divided into four sectors: the French sector, British sector, American sector and the Soviet sector

42. Berlin was split into two a free-market West and the communist East