Canada's Participation in  War

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Canada's Participation in  War by Mind Map: Canada's Participation in  War

1. 17,974

2. 1950-53

3. 51,748 of them as a result of enemy action

4. 1,388  died serving with the British Flying Services

5. 150 deaths  in the small Navy

6. 59,544 members of the CEF died

7. amputees

8. 9,000 Suffered of shell shock

9. 138,000 battle casualties

10. 172,000 were wounded

11. 49 died

12. 2,475

13. Killed

14. Wounded

15. Prisoner

16. 4,154

17. Prisoner

18. Wounded

19. Killed

20. 505 died

21. 24,870

22. 58,094

23. 6,435

24. Prisoner

25. Wounded

26. Killed

27. 2000 had been taken prisoner

28. 1000 had been killed

29. 2000 returned

30. 5000 Troops

31. Canadian 2nd Division formed the bulk of it

32. l9th August 1942

33. 10th September 1939

34. Soviet Defector: Igor Gouzenko

35. CF-104 Avro Arrow

36. Diefenbunkers

37. NORAD

38. The creation of NATO

39. Canada and "Other  Organizations

40. The Formation of the UN & Canada's early Role

41. Canada & Peacekeeping

42. The Suez Crisis

43. The Korean War

44. Mikhail Gorbachev & The Begining of the End

45. Gorbachev's Reforms

46. The Decline of Communism

47. A Different World

48. Peacekeeping

49. Preventative Diiplomacy

50. Peacemaking

51. Peace Building

52. New Role for Peacekeeping - 4 Types

53. The Persian Gulf

54. The Balkans

55. Somalia

56. Rwanda

57. New U.N. Peacekeeping Missions

58. Problems with Peacekeeping

59. Berlin Airlift

60. Hungarian Uprising

61. Cuban Missile Crisis

62. The Vietnam War

63. The Prague Spring - Czechoslovakia

64. The Soviet/Afghanistan War

65. Creation of Satellite States in Europe by U.S.S.R. at the end of WWII

66. The Arms Race

67. Differing Ideologies between U.S. & Soviets

68. Communist Economic System

69. Totalitarian Government

70. The Soviet Union

71. Capitalist Economic System

72. United States

73. Democratic Government

74. Canada & the Cold War

75. Triple Entente

76. World War I

77. World War II

78. UN Peacekeeping Force

79. Triple Alliance

80. Cold War

81. Causes of the Cold War

82. Cold War ideology

83. Canada & the United Nations

84. The End of the Cold War

85. Key Events (Hot Spots)

86. Dieppe

87. The cost of Battle

88. Battle of Britain

89. Army

90. Air Force

91. Navy

92. Canada's Expenditure

93. Lester B. Pearson

94. Casualties

95. Killed

96. Wounded

97. First Battle of Passchendaele

98. Battles

99. (second)Battle of Ypres

100. Battle of the Somme

101. Battle of Vimy Ridge

102. 1946

103. 1950

104. 1954

105. 1958

106. 1962

107. 1966

108. 1970

109. 1974

110. 1978

111. 1982

112. 1986

113. 1990

114. 1994

115. 1998

116. 2002

117. $4.5 Billion

118. $6.77 Billion

119. $11 Billion

120. $10 Billion

121. $9.8 Billion

122. $9.5 Billion

123. $8.2 Billion

124. $8.7 Billion

125. $9.5 Billion

126. $10.3 Billion

127. $13.4 Billion

128. $13.5 Billion

129. $13 Billion

130. $9.7 Billion

131. $11.4 Billion

132. Operation Jubilee

133. 4,963 Canadian soldiers

134. UNTCOK—United Nations Temporary Commission on Korea

135. 1947-48

136. Canada sends a contingent to Korea to supervise elections and withdrawal of USSR and US from Korea.

137. UNTSO—United Nations Truce Supervision Organization

138. 1948-ongoing

139. Canada contributes a contingent to the 1st peacekeeping type operation operated by UN observer groups in Palestine. Today, military observer groups (including 7 Canadian military observers) continue to supervise and monitor the ceasefire.

140. UNMOGIP—United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (Kashmir)

141. Canada contributes a contingent to the mission in Pakistan to supervise ceasefire between India and Pakistan.

142. 1949-ongoing

143. UNSK—United Nations Service in Korea

144. Canada sends the 3rd largest contingent to UN mission in Korea.

145. UNCMAC—United Nations Command Military Armistice Commission

146. Canada sends a contingent as part of UNCMAC to supervise the implementation of the armistice, putting an end to the Korean War. Although UNCMAC is still ongoing today, in 1978, the responsibilities of the Canadian contingent were transferred to the Canadian military attaché in Seoul, whose purpose is to serve on the UNMAC Advisory Group.

147. 1953-ongoing

148. Lester B. Pearson is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his remarkable diplomatic achievements and his innovative thinking in resolving the Suez Crisis through the establishment of a UN Emergency Force

149. 1957

150. The Canadian Association of Veterans in United Nations Peacekeeping name August 9th as Peacekeeping Day to recognize the service and dedication of Canadians who served and continue to serve in the name of peace and security. On August 9th, 1974, Canada suffered the greatest single loss of Canadian lives on a peacekeeping mission; 9 Canadian peacekeepers died while serving with UNEF I

151. 2006

152. P.O.W.

153. P.O.W.