Battle of Hong Kong
Battle of Britain
Battle of the Atlantic
They defeated enemy forces.
They held onto strategic locations.
They liberated Chinese internment camps.
They were taken prisoner by the Japanese.
The Allies used floating harbours to create temporary ports where ships could unload.
The Allies were able to stop the threat of submarine warfare to trans-Atlantic shipping.
The Allies learned valuable lessons to assist them in planning the Normandy Landings.
The Allies successfully prevented Canadian troops from being captured early in the war.
“Invasion attempt abandoned”
“Progress is slow and gruelling”
“Rescue operation saves Allies from beaches”
“Troops surrender; surrounded by Axis powers”
The location of a failed invasion attempt
A country liberated by Canadian soldiers
An area extensively bombed by the Allies
The first battle involving Canadian soldiers
1, 2, 3
1, 3, 2
2, 1, 3
2, 3, 1
It ended the war
It helped Allies land back in Northern France
It was the first time Allies fought their way back to mainland Europe
It was the largest failure for the Allies
Canadian troops liberated the colony.
Canada gained a new ally in the United States.
Canadian prisoners of war were treated inhumanely.
Canada was able to secure the island for the rest of the war.
The Battle of Britain
The Battle of the Atlantic
A major supply route was cut off.
It provided a foothold for the Allies in Europe.
France was lost as a valuable ally to Britain and Canada.
The majority of Canadian troops involved were killed or captured.
Canadian troops fought a significant naval battle.
Canadian troops conducted an amphibious assault.
Canadian troops had a decisive victory in the battle.
Canadian troops fought alongside Commonwealth troops in the campaign.