I don't know how they felt emotionally, if that is what you're trying to find out. Fact is, however, that the Australians fought against the Turks during the battle of Gallipolli. So I don't think the Australians considered the Turks to be their 'mates'. The reason the Australians fought against the Turks, was probably the pressure put on them by Great Britain. I don't know how willing they were to actually fight the Turks though.
the Turks and the Germans
yes they did but go onto another website to reasearch further your welcome :)
ANSWER:Most Australians were playing on there laptops and texting their friends about school gossip. Some had brought there xbox360's and were playing guitar hero 4 with the Turks. At Christmas Australians and Turks played halo 3 together and exchanged guns.
Australia was an ally of Britain and turkey was a british enemy, When Athe Australians attacked the Turks their army had to stop them and they did.
Australians mirror the US, but on a smaller scale relative to their populations.
becaus they was scared from the bulets of dedly forse, coult easily be asploded
World War 1
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,
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.
It helped Australians realise that we are Australians not British living in Australia.
because Australians felt Britain needed their support (:
The Australians were part of the allies and actively participated in WWII
The Australians fought as part of the British Commonwealth on the side of the Allies.
Australians went to war in August 1914.
The Turks, from the Ottoman empire.
About 61,928 Australian soldiers died during World War I.
1939 to 1945.
Australians fought in Turkey, the Mid-East, and Western Europe in WW1.