yes Australia was our one of our allies against japan
Australia defended itself and was never captured and so did not need liberating.
Australia's relationship with Britain started to deteriorate when Australia wanted to bring their troops home to defend Australia but Britain wanted to use them elsewhere. Australia turned to America and they united to fight japan.
No. Though invaded in both World Wars, France was able to successfully defend itself during World War 1 (the vast majority of combat in WW1 occurred inside the French borders). However, they were outmaneuvered and out-thought during World War 2, and forced to surrender.
There was no direct threat by Germany or Japan. Germany was focused on Europe and the Middle East. Australia involved itself by going to the Middle East and England. Japan's aim was to capture South East Asia and New Guinea and their economic resources and defend them. It had no plan or capacity to capture Australia. Australia became involved by stationing troops in Malaya and defending its territory in Papua New Guinea.
No country conquered Australia during WW2 or any war.
In simple words, to defend itself.. It was more of the case, the WW2 joined Albania.
It was sucked into the world war 2 , and it had to defend itself .
who opposed (argued against) conscription in Australia during world war 1 and why? who opposed (argued against) conscription in Australia during world war 1 and why?
There were many measures taken to defend Australia during World War II. You may be thinking of the Brisbane Line, which was an alleged plan to concede defence of the entirety of the Australian continent except on a line of the coast extending from Brisbane to Melbourne. The existence of this plan remains controversial.
Singapore was an impregnable fortress for Australia.
In 1939, The World War II itself began.
Mainly eastern Europeans and a large proportion of jews fled to Australia during and after the war.
Survival. No chance existed to defend itself from Germany. Not desiring to be absorbed into the Nazi realm, it made every effort to maintain its own identity and independence during the occupation. It did what it had to do to survive.
The British controlled the southern half of Papua New Guinea from 1884 until the end of World War I. Because Australian troops occupied the region to defend it during World War, it was then handed to Australia, together with Germany's northern half, after World War I.
Singapore was considered a major stronghold there to defend Australia in case of Japanese attack.
In Australia, to be 21.
to not get hurt