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Chapter 2 timeline

Who is assassinated in June 1914? Franz Ferdinand; Crown Prince of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, assassinated by a Serbian Nationalist, June 1914.
Germany invades which nations in 1914? Belgium and France
What was Britain's Reaction to Germany's assault? Britain declares war on Germany in 1914, Canada has to follow suit.
What act did Canada pass at the start of the war? The war Measures act. It granted the Canadian Government the authority to do everything necessary for the security, defence, peace, order, and welfare of Canada.
What was Canada's war involvement in 1915? Battle at Ypres, Belgium, where the troops were exposed to poisonous gas.
1916, women gain the right to vote where? In Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta in provincial elections.
in 1916, the Newfoundland Regiment are involved in what? The battle of Somme, where they were almost destroyed right at the beginning.
1917 victory for Canada Canadian troops capture Vimy Ridge, France.
Women in Ontario and British Columbia gain what? the right to vote in Provincial elections.
1917, war times elections act is passed and allows what? gives federal vote to women related to servicemen.
1917, who is re-elected as head of Union government? Borden
Passchendaele, Belgium, 1917 Canadian troops succeed in muddy battles.
What disaster befalls Halifax in 1917? A French munitions ship explodes in its harbour.
what becomes manditory in 1918? Conscription
What is declared on the Western Front in Europe in 1918? Armistice
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