What did Australian's do about Hitler and the German war?
Australia was much more involved in the Pacific portion of the war, although some did serve in Europe and Africa. See the related link below for a brief summary of Australia's involvement in World War 2.
At the beginning of the war, German soldiers seemed to be genuinely on Hitler's side. They believed in him because he was able to turn around the German economy, and make things better for the German people. By the end of the war, however, most of the German soldiers, and especially the leaders, realized that Hitler had gotten them into an impossible war.
Hitler, as a dictator, had no need to convince Germans of the need to go to war with Poland. The German people were not outwardly in favor of war with Poland, although Hitler created the diplomatic crisis that lead to the German invasion. Hitler also ordered a fake Polish attack on the German radio station at Gleiwitz on the night of August 31st. It was designed to make Germans believe that Poland started the war…