Canada entered World War II as a newly sovereign nation. The Statue of Westminster, 1931, gave Canada complete independence from Great Britain. His Majesty's Parliament of Canada independently declared war on Germany, Japan, Italy, Roumania, Hungary and Finland.
...The 1947 Peace Treaties with Italy, Roumania, Hungary and, Finland simply list Canada as a parti to the Treaties. The Treaties were signed by, Great Britain, France, the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. [Peace Treaty Italy fifth page]
Disallowing His Majesty's Parliament of Canada to either sign the treaties or negotiate separate treaties, was a loss of Canadian sovereignty.
His Majesty's Parliament of Canada, in a last demonstration of sovereignty, did not ratify the 1947 Peace Treaties.continue reading ------------------->