Australia was drafting men to fight the war.
The Vietnam war was NOT in Australia. It happened in Vietnam. Life in Australia did not change much due to the Vietnam war.
The Vietnam War affected Vietnam
Australia had nothing to do with the Vietnam War.
See: Australia Vietnam War
Relationships between Australia and Vietnam are generally along the same lines as the relationship between the US and Vietnam.
i think that the soldiers were affected by the Vietnam war because when they came back from the Vietnam war many of them were messed up from what they saw over their
Australia never fought Vietnam.
Australia entered the Vietnam War because Australia feared that they would have to face the spread of Communism.
Australia sent a regiment of Centurion tanks to Vietnam.
There was a exodus of Vietnamese people called the boat people to Australia and New Zealand.
Australia became our ally in the war.
Australia was in Vietnam as part of Britains alliance with the USA. Australia was there in a police action as was USA, not at war with Vietnam.
The United States was affected by the Vietnam War in many ways. The Vietnam War led to veterans coming home ill from the exposure to agent orange, ptsd, and addictions. The country as a whole was affected by a negative economy.
The Vietnam War affected the Americans at home due to civilian loss of life, about 415,000 lives.
Cause if Australia didn't, the communist in North Vietnam would separate south to Australia.
There were "Hawks" in Australia too.
Gave them a glimpse of the western world.
The Vietnamese were affected by the loss of lives and property.
Australia was a primary ally to the US during the Vietnam War.
Australia too, had a draft.
Australia was, and remains, an ally of the US.