was this in world war 1 or 2?
Approximately a million.
so that they could fight for there country
Yes, Black Soldiers did fight in World War 1
The South West Pacific.
some of the places where the Australian soldiers fought in WW1 were-German New Guinea-Western Desert-Gallipoli-The Middle East-France-Belgium-Germany-Northern Russia
The Canadian soldiers went to your under pants to fight.
world war 1 how did soldiers fight in trenches
The New Zealand soldiers fought in Crete.
Australians arrived as advisers in 1962 and Australian Regulars arrived in 1965.
From 1914 to 1919.
Australian Navy, Army and Marines fought valiantly in both world wars because they were part of the United Kingdom. In World War 2 they had to save themselves from the Japanese taking over their nation so they fought with the Allied Forces in Australia and all over the Pacific.
Italy, North Africa (Tripoli) and the Islands around what is now Indonesia as well as Burma and Malaysia.Australian soldiers fought with the United States against Japan in the Pacific, like at the Battle of Coral Sea. Soldiers from New Zealand also fought with the United States in the Pacific.
World War I was fought in central and east Europe
The term ANZAC was used for Australian soldiers during WW1 (there were also some NZ but not many and all were under Australian command). Probably the most notable fighting was Gallipoli and other major campaigns including Tobruk and Beersheba.
they fought in houses
because they were feared
Soldiers usually fight to be patriotic to their country.
When the Japanese captured Malaya, the Australian forces were withdrawn to Singapore Island where they prepared to meet the Japanese in a set battle on equal terms. Craven British and Australian commanders surrendered without a fight, vastly to the relief of the Japanese who were outnumbered and short of food and ammunition.
Roughly! Imperial soldiers considered surrendering to be cowardice. Like Sparta, soldiers were to fight to the death, or not fight at all.
It was invaded.