Canada and World War One
This book is a history of Canada’s role in World War One. In WWI, Canada’s role helps define it as a modern nation. We will look at engagements where Canada is stunningly successful and also where it suffers crushing defeats.
The following battles are included to highlight Canada’s contribution in World War One: Ypres, Passchendaele, Battle of the Somme, Beaumont-Hamel, Vimy Ridge, 100 Days Campaign, War at Sea in the Atlantic, Air Warfare, John McCrae, Behind the Front Lines, Wounded, Role of Women Overseas, and the Treaty of Versailles.
Mr. Reid's students created this book to be a portfolio of their learning about the role of Canada in World War I. This history book is written in a variety of media. There are written descriptions of the engagements, there are also slide shows and comic book formats to make it both a deep learning experience and a fun read.