This is a picture of Team Canada winning gold in 2014. I chose this picture to represent Canadian culture because when a Canadian team makes it far in something everyone watches the game to show their support. It is like our culture now to go crazy for something like this. Its similar to when the Blue Jays and Leafs made it to the playoffs everyone started watching the game.
I chose this picture to represnt the rise of Hitler. This picture shows him being cheered for and praised by the Germans. Most people didnt know he was going to do what he did and he made so many promises that everyone looked to him as a god.
I chose this picture to represent Canadian life in the 1900's. You can see how different the houses look compared to today and how skinny the kids were because there wasnt as much food then compared to today. Also the families were a lot bigger than today.
I chose this picture to represnt the great depression. This shows a lot of kids holding signs that are targeting company's that dont give out enough jobs. The great depression was a hard time for Canadians to make money and feed their family and eventually they got through it.
I chose this picture to represnt Canada going to war again to fight in WWII. WWII put a stop to something terrible and we are lucky we won. A lot of Canadians lost their lives for not only us but for the Jews to give them a better life.
Soldier who lost 4 limbs in Afghanistan returns home to hero's welcome
I chose this picture to represent propaganda posters made during WWII. Propaganda posters were made for many different reasons: to mock the enemies, to make the enemies look bad, to recruit people to join the army, and to help the army by giving money or saving food. Propaganda posters were really popular during WWII
I chose this picture to represnt the 1920's. This is a picture of beer because even though it was banned it was still very popular. People had beer all the time and got drunk and that is why it is called the roaring 20's.
On April 26-28, 2012, twenty servicemen and women wounded in Iraq or Afghanistan will joined President George W. Bush for a 100 kilometer mountain bike ride in Palo Duro Canyon State Park. As part of the George W. Bush Presidential Center’s Military Service Initiative, the W100 highlights the bravery and sacrifice of the warriors wounded in the global war on terror, as well as those organizations that have made continuing commitments to supporting America’s heroes.