Suha Saleheen 2017
During WWI, just over 600,000 Canadians enlisted to join the war, and approximately 424,000 went overseas. Although the war had nothing to do with Canadians, Canada HAD to join the war, because of their alliance with Britain. But even with this, why did Canadians willingly join, when they had no reason to? Here is a list of various photos to show the answers behind this question, and why were others anxious to send their sons and daughters to war.