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The Australians experienced harsh conditions, especially on the kokoda trail. Their uniforms rotted and were subject to malaria and Dysentry. I would think if you took some time abnd read this attached web site fully, it should give you a pretty good idea of how the war effected those living in Australia. home.st.net.au

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Q: What were some experiences of Australians as a result of their involvement in World War 2?
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What were some of the experiences of Australians as a result of their involvement in the World War 2?

Many young Australians lost parents. Many Australian parents lost children. Many Australians came back crippled and psychologically scared from the war experience. Australians in Darwin experienced bombing by the Japanese and in Sydney attacks by mini submarines. American soldiers on R&R also left quite a few litle new Australians behind. to name but a few of the experiences.


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