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About 61,928 Australian soldiers died during World War I.

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Because many Aussies fought and died in it.


over 18,000 where died and 20,000 wher wounded


Because alot of australians died that day


just over 60 000 Australian soldiers died in WW1



I Don't Know how many came back but 27,000 died


The majority of Australians survived the war but a large majority of the 7 million people at that time were soldiers, approx 1 million. Over 40,000 Australians died in the war and 750 civilians were killed.


By the end of World War 1, 58,961 Australians had been killed, and over 165,000 had been wounded. The war lasted from 1914 to 1918.



Approximately 8500 Australian troops died at Gallipoli in 1915.




How many Australians were involved?In Australia it was estimated that 993 000 men and women were involved in WWII


575,799 Australians served overseas during WWII out of a Military force of 993,000.


how many, its obvious isnt it, 20,000


40,500 Australians were reportedly to be killed during World War 2, 39,800 were being Military Deaths and 700 being civilian deaths.


27,073 killed, 23,477 wounded, 8,296 died in captivity.


The Correct Answer Is: 282 from action, 286 from disease's and 38 died from unknown causes and axcidents :)


About 40,400 deaths in all services.


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Australians, along with New Zealanders, mark the First World War with ANZAC Day. It is a day of remembrance, and Australians generally take great pride in their contributions to the war effort.


As allies of the British army, Australians fighted with Germany, as well as Italy,


It was the New South Wales contingent. Three were wounded and nine died of disease on the return journey.


27,073 died in action, 23,447 were wounded in action..


In The Great War, approximately 60,000 men were killed or died from disease.



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