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That in those few minutes I witnessed the birth of a nation,” as quoted on the Veterans Affairs Canada Web site. Canadians’ contributions to the war effort helped Canada become recognized as an autonomous nation. The Canadian prime minister was included in official meetings such as the 1917 Imperial War Conference, and Canada was represented by its own delegates at the Peace Conference of 1919 and in the League of Nations after the war. With the passage of the Statute of Westminster in 1931, the British parliament confirmed the independent status of Canada and Canada’s membership in the British Commonwealth of Nations (a group of nations of equal status that have declared allegiance to the British Crown).

But he made it clear that, in a modern democracy, the word had to be used in a different sense. ’” In other words, Creel is making a distinction between “bad” propaganda, which he thinks is false information provided by a controlling government, and “good” propaganda, which is true information provided by a democratic government. Informing the Public Under Creel’s direction, the CPI undertook a national public-relations campaign that enlisted the help of many prominent American writers, like Booth Tarkington, William Allen White, Ida Tarbell, and Edna Ferber, among others.

Strict and demanding, he was not a harsh man, but one who loved his children and expected hard work and good behavior from them. Ferdinand’s mother, Sophie, was kindhearted, though like her husband, she believed in teaching discipline and religious devotion. At a very early age, Ferdinand Foch began to long for the life of a soldier. His mother’s father had been a soldier in the army of Emperor Napoléon I (1769–1821), the flamboyant French military leader. Foch reveled in the war stories told by his great-aunt Jenny Nogues, who had been married to a soldier in Napoléon’s army.

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