This book is part of the Canada in World War I series and examines life on the Home Front during the conflict. The book explains the background to World War I and covers the contribution of women in the workforce, the wartime economy, the role of the federal government, the treatment of those deemed to be enemy aliens, and features charts, statistics and a series of profiles of leading Canadians.
Published by Weigl Publishers
Release Date: Fall 2013
ISBN: 978-1-77071-243-0 (hardcover); 978-1-77071-244-7 (softcover)
Ages 8-12 Grades 4-6
“August, 2014, will mark the hundredth anniversary of the beginning of World War I, and, under the authorship of Simon Rose, Weigl Educational Publishers has assembled an excellent five volume series entitled “Canada in World War I”. It is important to note the word Canada in the series’ title as the books, while about the war, focus particularly on Canada’s role in that war and the impacts the Great War had on Canada both during and after the conflict … This series is an excellent introduction to, and overview of, Canada’s participation in World War I.”
You can read the rest of the reviews of all the books in the Canada in World War I
series at the CM Magazine site