575,799 Australians served overseas during WWII out of a Military force of 993,000.
40,500 Australians were reportedly to be killed during World War 2, 39,800 were being Military Deaths and 700 being civilian deaths.
About 61,928 Australian soldiers died during World War I.
Roughly 120 - 300 Australian Aborigines served during WW2.
About 5 million.
Approximately a million.
how many, its obvious isnt it, 20,000
From approximately 1962-1972 over 50,000 Australian Servicemen fought in Vietnam, of which over 19,000 were drafted men. Over 63,000 Australian men were conscripted (drafted) during the war. Nearly 520 Australians were killed in Vietnam, of which over 200 were conscripts. 2,400 were injured.
About a million.
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.
The majority of men were conscripted into the armed forces, and were away fighting. Therefore, women had to take over many traditional male jobs to keep the country able to 'carry on.'
Not all Australians go to the beach for Christmas, as not all Australians have ready access to decent beaches. However, many do choose to spend Christmas at the beach because it occurs during the Australian summer which, in many parts of the country, can be very hot.
521 dead; 3,000 wounded .
Aboriginal Australians are: many Australians are European or Asian or whatever in origin.
Australia defended itself during World War 2 with it's army and navy. Britain and America supplied many of the arms used by the Australians, who fought in Europe as well as defended their homeland from the Japanese.