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Australians looked upon it as their duty being a part of the British Empire they wouldn't even think of not getting involved. Australian men that went there all volunteered and saw it as an opportunity to go and see home as Britain was referred to in those days. However even after it became obvious that the war was no walk in the park Australia remained committed to their British heritage.

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