who opposed (argued against) conscription in Australia during world war 1 and why? who opposed (argued against) conscription in Australia during world war 1 and why?
Australia didn't have conscription during WWI; it was first used in the Vietnam War.
That question is asking an opinion. In MY opinion, Australia did the right thing to not introduce conscription. The war was won anyway. Conscription would have only lead to more deaths.
whats the actual question?
Australians did not support conscription in WW1 all the troops Australia sent were volunteers.
The age of entry was lowered
WW1: However, there was opposition to conscription. Conscription became a big issue in war time. There was opposition to the compulsory military service, the most question asked was should Australians be forced to fight overseas.
In England, WW1 conscription ended in 1919. For twenty years, there after that, there was no conscription in Britain. In 1939, conscription for World War II began, and did not end until the mid-1960's.
Douse Any One Know Some Negative And positive Effects guns Had In World War 1 ?
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it had no effect
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It didn't.They are just rumour's.they are not rumours for a start it is true. the debate cause people to argue. Australia 'divided' in to two - conscription followers and not followers. this meant that people who agreed with conscription didn't particularly like people who didn't at the time
Conscription was used in World War 1, when men wouldn't join the army the Government used conscription as a way of making men join. They had absolutely no choice.
The Compulsory conscription was ordered by Hitler in the World War 2, that was against the Treaty of Versailles
The positive affects in South Africa is that it will have many tourists.
Conscription in World War 2 began before the United States entered the conflict
Some negative effects are Pollution,War,Sickness, and Starvation A positive effect is more labor force!
People in Australia wanted conscription because many of them had relatives or friends in the front line. They new that if more people enlisted their friends would be safer, but the amount of people enlisting had dropped once the excitement of the start of the died. These people could only see conscription as the only answer to secure safety. The Prime Minster Hughes wanted conscription because he knew that there weren't enough people. He said "We must put forward all our strength. The more Australia sends to the front the less the danger will be to each man. Not only victory, but safety belongs to the big battalions...".
Conscription was introduced thanks to the Labor Government under Prime Minister John Curtin. Technically, Australia didn't have conscription. All troops for overseas theatres were volunteers. The troops fighting in Papua New Guinea were militia, who were conscripted, but were not supposed to fight overseas. Since PNG was under Australian control a point was stretched and militia were sent there, since the AIF was in North Africa.
So many soldiers were being slaughtered that they had to introduce conscription to replace them.