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Apr 5, 2021

[Answer] 5. In which of these capacities did Canada contribute during the early years of the War?

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...1. All of these 2. Training pilots 3. Serving in RAF Bomber Command 4. Escorting convoys across the Atlantic Canada was the site of the largest section of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. The wide open spaces and an abundance of fuel made Canada an ideal location for training pilots and other air force personnel. Robert Leckie, a Canadian who was an RAF commander was in charge of the training program. In addition to training, many Canadians served as pilots as well, both in the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Royal Air Force. About one in six Bomber Command pilots during the Second World War was Canadian. Before the blitz on Britain, Bomber Command flew mostly reconnaissance missions and caused almost no damage to Germany prior to the Battle of Britain. After the fall of France in 1940, when German attention shifted to Britain, the first job of Bomber Command to was to bomb the assembled invasion fleets. After London was bombed and the blitz began, Bomber Command were also in charge of bombing German cities and strategic targets. The Royal Canadian Navy, albeit quite small at the beginning of the war, was the third largest Navy in the world in 1945 (behind the United States and the United Kingdom). During the Battle of the Atlantic, as German ships and U-Boats attempted to cutoff overseas supplies to Britain, Canadian war ships escorted supply ships from Halifax to Britain. Canadian ships were also vital in evacuating Commonwealth troops from France in the spring of 1940. A few RCN ships, and many Canadians serving in the Royal Navy, also played important roles in the Pacific War, especially from 1944 onwards.




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