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The Australian government experienced anti-war demonstrations.

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Why did the The Australian Labor Party oppose the Vietnam war?

The Australian Labor party opposed the Vietnam War because they believed that the war was a civil war, and Australian involvement was unnecessary.

Names of Australian soldiers in the Vietnam war?

Australian Vietnam War Veterans groups may have those names.

How many Australian men were killed in the Vietnam War due to conscription?

Approximately 600 Australian serviceman were killed in the Vietnam War.

How did Vietnam affect Australia?

Approximately 60,000 Australian Men were drafted during the Vietnam War, and about 19,000 Australian draftee's served in Vietnam. On a smaller scale, due to Australia's smaller population, Australia experienced the same anti-war/anti-draft protests as did the United States.

How many Australian soldiers were injured in the Vietnam war?

Over 3,000 Australian Servicemen wounded in Vietnam.

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What was the extent of Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War?

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What are the names of Australians who died in Vietnam war?

Contact the Australian Vietnam Veterans organizations; there were over 50,000 Australian men who served in the war, 19,000 of them were draftees.

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