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Conscription Plebiscite

The first plebiscite was held on 28 October 1916 and narrowly rejected .

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First Conscription plebiscite (or referendum).
1939 - World War II
Second World War Conscription Time line
Question: How did Mackenzie King get out of his anti-conscription promise? He held a plebiscite. He let his Minister of National Defence make the decision.
Australian unions fought for the defeat of two plebiscites conducted by the government of the day regarding the invocation of conscription.
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conscription plebiscites in 1916 and 1917 resulted in the fracture of the ruling Federal Labor Party.

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Don't let truth be a casualty of Gallipoli
The two conscription plebiscite campaigns were so fiercely contested they often degenerated into violence. The economic strains of the war also wrought great harm. Unemployment doubled across the war years, while the economy contracted by about 10 per ...

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Conscription Crisis of 1944 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William Mackenzie King voting in the plebiscite on the introduction of conscription for overseas military service.
Canadian conscription plebiscite, 1942 - Wikipedia, the free
Canadian conscription plebiscite, 1942.
Referendums in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Main article: Canadian conscription plebiscite, 1942.
Prime Minister King on the conscription plebiscite - CBC Archives
Dec 4, 2008 Mackenzie King urges Canadians to approve conscription for service overseas.
Results of the 1942 National Plebiscite on "Conscription" - Statistical
Last revised: 23 August 2000. Results of the 1942 National Plebiscite on " Conscription".

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