Unit7: This picture shows women in munitions factories. 1. Women's organizations helped the war effort at home by collecting paper, glass, rubber, rags and bones to be recycled into war supplies. 2. To ensure there was a large enough supply to meet both military and civilian needs, certain goods like meat, butter, gasoline, alcohol, and clothing fabric were rationed. 3. Finally, the government reintroduced victory bonds to help finance the war raising nearly $12 billion by the end of the…
Unit 3 : World War 1 officially ended with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on June 28, 1919. After strict enforcement for five years, the French assented to the modification of important provisions. Germany agreed to pay reparations under the Dawes Plan and the Young Plan, but those plans were cancelled in 1932, and Hitler’s rise to power and subsequent actions rendered moot the remaining terms of the treaty.
Read it. " Boat people: Many of these refugees ended up settling in the United States and Europe. The United States accepted 823,000 refugees; Britain accepted 19,000; France accepted 96,000; Australia and Canada accepted 137,000 each. "
The Hunters' Lodge was the last of a series of secret organizations formed in 1838 in the United States in the aftermath of the Rebellions in the Canadas. The organization arose in Vermont among Lower Canadian refugees and spread westward under the influence of Dr Charles Duncombe and Donald McLeod, leaders of the short lived Canadian Refugee Relief Association.