The Australian government felt obligated to help out these refugees, and there was general support from the public, so when the refugees got here, most policies changed and Australia became a multicultural society. As a result of Australians' involvement in the Vietnam War we found that we had an obligation to the people that were made homeless as a result. These people were of Asian descent, which was a major shock to the system. Before the Vietnam war the only people you saw of Asian descent were the Chinese restaurant owners and small farmers. This was because Australia's official policy excluded Asians and people with designated colour "character" from Australia as they were considered undesirable to the wellbeing of Australia as a nation. A big impact was that it spelt the final death knell of the white Australia policy and put an end to our isolation in the area. We also enjoy a far more varied diet as a result, not to mention that you can now get fresh bread 7 days a week, even from the Australian bakers.
what was the impact of counter culture on the vietnam war?
The Vietnam War impacted the culture in the US. Defiance!
With protests and riots.
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The Vietnam War introduced an element of bitter satire into popular culture and entertainment.
The Australian Labor party opposed the Vietnam War because they believed that the war was a civil war, and Australian involvement was unnecessary.
Australian Vietnam War Veterans groups may have those names.
The military draft (conscription) caused a fierce rebellious culture in the US.
Approximately 600 Australian serviceman were killed in the Vietnam War.
Vietnam has impacted on Australia by most of its' people migrating to here in the Vietnam war. my name is your name!!! Remember me!!!
Over 3,000 Australian Servicemen wounded in Vietnam.
Of the approximate 50,000 Australian servicemen who served in Vietnam, about 19,000 of them were draftees.
Australian maintained a troop level of approximately 8,000 men in Vietnam during the war.
The Australian government experienced anti-war demonstrations.
The impact war had on Australian society is greater economic boom and depression. The impact war had on Australian society is greater economic boom and depression.
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impactsThe families were separated and violence against the war broke out in protests etc. there are two points to get you started
Over 50,000 Australian Servicemen fought in the Vietnam War.
Australia sent 4 Navy Destroyers and a regiment of Australian Centurion tanks into the Vietnam War.
Contact the Australian Vietnam Veterans organizations; there were over 50,000 Australian men who served in the war, 19,000 of them were draftees.
The counter-culture was a group of people who supported anti-war demostrations, including the Vietnam war :)
descrive the connection of the student unrest and the Vietnam war?