No Australian city was bombed during WW1.
Gallipolli was an unsuccessful Australian attack in Turkey during WW1.
yes during ww1 and ww2
The population of Canada during WW1 was 8 million.
he was a australian
Nearly 1 million Britons or members of the commonwealth died in action in ww1 which at the time was 2% of the British population. Hope this helps!
the president during ww1 was Wilson
A majority of the population there was already Germans that had been living their during WW1 when it became Czechoslovakia.
russia was on the Allies side during ww1
ANZAC Day is a date to commemorate the death of the Australian and New Zealand soldiers in Galipolli [Turkey] during WW1 in April 25, 1915
Not sure which 'first' used trenches. But the Australian and New Zealand soliders commonly used trenches during the Gallipoli campaign.
There were 26,094 Australian casualties at Gallipoli, but no record clearly indicates the number of amputees.
The People who fought at Gallipoli were the French British and Australian soldiers
the children and adults did not listen to jazz during ww1 as it was not invented until 1920
The term ANZAC was used for Australian soldiers during WW1 (there were also some NZ but not many and all were under Australian command). Probably the most notable fighting was Gallipoli and other major campaigns including Tobruk and Beersheba.
The Red Baron, or Baron Von Richtofen, was the top pilot of Germany during WW1.
No. The Australian Air Force was only formed on 31 March 1921.Approval to use the 'Royal' prefix was granted on 13 August 1921.There were some Australian Flying Corps (AFC) squadrons which joined the British during World War I, but they were not yet designated the title of Royal Australian Air Force.
ADF (Australian Defence Forces)
it stands for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.