Short answer? When the Japanese Empire is knocking on your door (quite literally), you don't need much encouragement to go to war. The Australian soldiers were known throughout the Pacific Theater for the Bravery and Steadfastness. The defining moment for Australian Troops was in Papua New Guniea, where they grouped with Americans to oust the Japanese and prevent a possible invasion of the Australian Mainland. as well as the answer above, australians are known for helping their mates(buddies). australians were not going to sit back and watch their mates fight alone, nor were they going to let some other nation tell us what to do. so as you can see we didnt need much encouragement to fight for what is ours
30% went to war so dont go to war and stay in school
Russian men were encouraged to shave their beards more in the style of men in the western countries who were beginning to go clean shaven. One way Peter the Great encouraged this was to impose a tax on men who wanted to wear beards.
bob the builder and his friends
go out and work
At the beginning of the war it was all volunteers. The young men were encouraged by propaganda. Everyone thought the war would be over by the Christmas and they got good pay too. White feathers were nailed on the doors of people who would not go to war's houses. Most men in the village would go, so peer pressure convinced a lot of men. However, Britain was losing a lot of men later on so then they made everyone go to war.
Men (that are not military) were forced to go to war only when conscription was ruled in parliament.
Men went to war for a number of reasons: 1. They were afraid of being labelled a coward if they didn't go, 2. They felt it was their sense of duty, 3. They were pressured into it, 4. Their friends were going, 5. They wanted to protect their country, 6. The Australian soldiers were following Britain.
well not all men some men stayed and some men work on there home and some went to war so not all men went to war.
Opposition wanted to end the war.
they wanted to go to war
the impact was that the women got to go out into the workforce to help keep supplies going they didnt get paided as much as the men. but were happy anyway. when the men came back from war the womens jobs seamed to disapear most of the women were happy to go back to the was they were before the war while other still wanted work and most found work.
younger men went to war because they might have more skill than older men!!!
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Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun.
society viewed men as cowards and shamed them if they didnt go to war. Usually, they will be forced or drafted into the war and didnt really have a choice.
I don't know the specific names of famous Australian War Heroes BUT I DO KNOW WHO KNOWS! The Australian historians. I have given you a link to the historical site provided by the Australian government regarding World War 2. Go to that link and send them an email letting them what you need to know.
No, some remained at home as they were too young. Even if they did go to war, some of the men remained at camp and then switched shifts with the men who were actually in the trenches fighting.
Of the approximate 50,000 Australian servicemen who served in Vietnam, about 19,000 of them were draftees.
In Muslim culture, the women are not the providers; men are. Women are not encouraged to go out in public.
Wouldnt have a clue from hunter
Some men didnt go into the war if they were mentally instable, physically unable, handicaped or too old to fight and or get around Some men didnt go into the war if they were mentally instable, physically unable, handicaped or too old to fight and or get around
Three Men Go to War - 2012 TV was released on: USA: 22 October 2012
They were forced to due to conscription
The men were bribed with chocolate milk and playboy magazines.