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February 7 Lecture 30World War OneThe Home Front 1 War and Communitygovernment and community based activity took up propaganda efforts for people to see the War as a battle for democracy protecting Canada the community was a head of the government for mobilizing warthe idea of the war as a Good fight fight for freedom and democracy seems to occur for several institutions on the groundProtestant Churches CRUCIAL for articulating justification for the warintertwining religious and secular arguments for the war just as the war is breaking out we are persuaded that this war is just honourable and necessary for the freedom of OUR empire for ALL ITS PARTSCORE idea for freedom in the empirea WORLD struggle for liberty this is important religiouslyarticulating a justification for the war bringing the kingdom of God to earthjustifying the military STRUGGLECHURCHvery important in articulating a bottom up artuclation for the warSCHOOL bottom UP propagandaBOTTOM UP justification for the war KIDSACTED out Canadas role for the great war TEACHER WROTE OUT MUSICALARITHMETIC WARMATH PROBLEMSmore problemsmore prisoners you would accrueMATH through war education SCHOOL UNDERGROUND IDEAS OF THE WAREFFORT OF WOMEN women advanced the war effortas they worked through EXISTING and NEW organization groups like the red CROSS to collect material for the war effort they collected clothing FOODbandage sewing beads VACANT LOT GARDENSthe more home production YOU HAVEthe more INDUSTRIAL production could to towards feeding the soldiers existing institutions mobilized cultural resources C0MMUNITY EFFORTSbehaviour HEREhow you could helpSUPPORT what was going on overseaCOMMUNITY MOBILIZATION brought people together who is left OUT of the communityJUST AS IMPORTANT as who is WITHIN this communitywhile the government was doing things around immigrants a lot of harassment of enemy aliens occurred on the groundGERMANSHARRASSED ON THE GROUNDantiGerman league formed in Toronto in 1916 the most stereotypical examples of antigerman settlements on the groundGERMANS were a key immigrant group and thus shaped the landsapeANTIGERMAN LEAGUE
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