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Children's Experiences in Wartime Canada
A discussion on Canadian boys and girls' important contributions to the war effort during World War II.
# 141596 | 2,500 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US


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The paper describes how tens of thousands of young Canadian boys and girls made important contributions to the war effort on Canada's home front during World War II. The paper explains that on both an individual basis, and collectively as members of the Boy Scouts or Girl Guides, they collected salvage materials and scrap, bought War Savings Stamps, helped sell Victory Bonds, wrote morale-boosting letters to Canadian servicemen and women overseas, and helped out at home or on the farm doing work their older brothers or fathers had done before the outbreak of war in Europe compelled them to join the Canadian armed forces to defend democracy against Axis aggression.

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"Tens of thousands of young Canadian boys and girls made important contributions to the war effort on Canada's home front during World War II. On both an individual basis, and collectively as members of the Boy Scouts or Girl Guides, they collected salvage materials and scrap, bought War Savings Stamps, helped sell Victory Bonds, wrote morale-boosting letters to Canadian servicemen and women overseas, and helped out at home..."

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