World War 1
When did World War 1 begin and why Australia joined?
Asked in World War 1
How was Australia involved and why in world war 1?
Asked in World War 1, History of the United States
What year did America begin fighting in World War 1?
Asked in War and Military History, US in WW2
What countries joined with the United States in World War two?
Asked in World War 2, War and Military History
Why Australis joined World War 2 in the side of Allies?
Asked in World War 2
What was the next war after World War 2 in which Australia was developed?
Asked in World War 1, European Union, FIFA World Cup
Which country joined world war 1 one year before it ended?
Asked in Vietnam War
Was Australia in Vietnam war?
Yes, Australia fought in the Vietnam war on the side of the capitalists. They joined the war as a coalition with the US as a proxy war of the Cold War, and fought against the Vietcong and communists in an effort to prevent the Domino effect, an ideological security issue. Furthermore, Australia joined to retain the special Great and Powerful Friends relationship it has with the US in its usual sychophantic manner.
Asked in World War 2, WW2 Homefront
How many women joined the workforce during World War 2?
Asked in WW1 Allied Forces, World War 1
Which side did the US eventually joined in World War 1?
Asked in History, Politics & Society, World War 1
What The Ottoman Empire joined forces with the powers during World War 1.?
Asked in Vietnam War
Why did Australia begin a protest movement against the Vietnam War?
Asked in World War 2, Australia in WW2
Why did Australia change its foreign policy as a result of World War 2?
Australia changed it's foreign policy as a result of World War two. The reason being that Australia's ties with their mother country, Britain did not give them any advantage during the war. Australia had hoped that Britain would be able to defend them in the case of an invasion, but as it happened in World War two, Britain was busy fighting off the Germans in the 'European War'. When Pearl Harbour was attacked, USA came into the war and joined with Australia in fighting off the 'Japs'. So as a result of World War Two, Australia came to depend on USA, rather than their 'mother country', Britain.