Timeline with Attitude

Timeline created by scotholl542
In History
  • Assignation of Franz Ferdinand

    Assignation of Franz Ferdinand
  • Assignation of Franz Ferdinand-Political change (0)

    Assignation of Franz Ferdinand-Political change (0)
    On the 28th of June 1914, Franz Ferdinand the duke of Austria and his wife were assassinated by a siberian nantionlist part of a terrorist group called “the black hand”. The two were in a motorcade traveling down city hall in Bosnia, Sarajevo with the top rolled back so they could wave to all the people. The asination of Franz Ferdinand made the citizens of Australia furious, they wanted to go into Siberia to hunt down the members of “the black hand” and to get revenge.
  • Nurses in the first world war- Social change (+2)

    Nurses in the first world war- Social change (+2)
  • Nurses

    Nurses
    During the war there were many injuries and men needing medical attention after being out on the field. To treat these men you need trained nurses and doctors to help save these thousands of men. A great number of these nurses came from Canada. These women that served in the war as nurses were part of what was called the Canadain Army Medical Corps and more than 2,800 Canadain women served in this. These women weren't any ordinary woman they had to be very well trained...
  • Enemy Aliens- Social and Political (-1)

    Enemy Aliens- Social and Political (-1)
  • Enemy Aliens

    Enemy Aliens
    During the first world war in Canada those who were immigrants from the enemy Germany/Austria Hungary were treated very poorly by Canadians.This is mainly because the war measures act. The war measures act was put in place on the 22nd of August 1914 it took away all of these immigrants rights, they had no right to vote, they lost their jobs, people looked down at them and last of all it made it so Canadians could arrest and put these people in camps...
  • The Battle of Ypres-Social and Political change (0)

    The Battle of Ypres-Social and Political change (0)
  • Ypres

    Ypres
    The second Battle of Ypres took place from April 22nd to may 25th 1915 in the town of Ypres in western belgium. This battle was the Canadians first time experiencing war and would soon show them what war was really like. Many Canadains went into the war with low expectations of what it would really be like, most thought they would fight the war and come back home for Christmas to their families. The war was nothing that they had expected at all...
  • The sinking of Lusitania-Social and Political change (-1)

    The sinking of Lusitania-Social and Political change (-1)
  • Lusitania

    Lusitania
    During the beginning of the war there were two alliances, the triple alliance with Germany, Austria/Hungary and the triple entente with the united kingdom, france and russia. The United States at the beginning of the war was however “strictly neutral”. On May 7th, 1915 a german U- boat sank on the way from New York to liverpool. This ship is called The Lusitania. The german U boat sank the Lusitania on the south coast of Ireland using an exploding torpedo...
  • The battle of The Somme-Political and Social change (-2)

    The battle of The Somme-Political and Social change (-2)
  • The Somme

    The Somme
    The battle of Somme is the battle that was supposed to be great, it was supposed to be what the british called “the big punch” but in reality it was the biggest disaster in british history. The battle of Somme was fought from July 1st- November 18th 1916 at the upper reaches of the river Somme in France. This is a battle that left Canadians known for being trained well and leading an attack without hesitation, this is called shock troops...
  • Vimy Ridge-Political and Social change (+2)

    Vimy Ridge-Political and Social change (+2)
  • Vimy Ridge

    Vimy Ridge
    The battle of Vimy Ridge was one of the greatest Canadians victories. The task of Vimy Ridge felt impossible to the Canadians when they first found out they were taking it on. Vimy Ridge was led by Arther Currie and instead of just going into the battle and seeing where that took them they decided to plan out what they were going to do at vimy ridge. This battle took place in the western front in Northern France. The Canadians planned in the very cold winter….
  • The Conscription Crisis

    The Conscription Crisis
  • The Conscription Crisis -2

    The Conscription Crisis -2
    At this point in time war had been going for 3 years, men came back with aputated legs, great battle wounds, permanent post traumatic stress and for many there was no coming home at all, many soldiers died at the scenes of the great battles. In the beginning of the war men were flooding in to enlist into the war most of them believed to be recent immigrants from Britain, They had nationalism. On August 29th, 1917 Prime minister Robert Borden made it law that men would go to war if conscripted.
  • The Halifax Explosion- Social and Economical change (-2)

    The Halifax Explosion- Social and Economical change (-2)
  • The Halifax Explosion

    The Halifax Explosion
    On December 6th 1917 Halifax, Nova Scotia experienced their greatest ever tragedy to this day. The Halifax harbor was on the very east side of Canada on the North Atlantic Ocean. The Halifax Harbor was very important as it held a big part in war efforts in world war one, it was the harbour that transported many soldiers from Canada, America and Britain to the battles going on in Europe.The Halifax port was also used to transport millions of supplies to the war like food, lumber...
  • The Spanish Flu- Social and Economical (-1)

    The Spanish Flu- Social and Economical (-1)
  • The Spanish Flu

    The Spanish Flu
    The spanish flu was a deadly strand of influenza that wiped out 50,000 Canadians between the years 1918-1919. Influenza stands were mostly known to wipe out the elders but this Spanish flu wiped out the young as well who were not known to die from it. The spanish flu remained in Canada until 1920. For the few years the Spanish Flu was in Canada there were many rules enforced like having to wear masks, quarantining and all stores being closed down except for the essential ones.