Australian Government officially ended the Australia "Conscription" service in 1972.
It Put an end to conscription and led to the fall of the liberal government of the day.
Conscription deeply divided Australia in the early 1900's. Many families (and citizens for that matter) did not agree with boyhood conscription, so an opposition was formed. Conscription is no longer practiced in Australia.
Australia didn't have conscription during WWI; it was first used in the Vietnam War.
I only know the group which was against conscription and that was theAnglicanchurch and it showed a large percent of them votes no for conscription.
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.
The Australian draft (conscription) ended in December 1972.
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.
conscription started in Australia when mr king jong il created a porno. and Australian troops wer angry and started bating over it. in 1965
Conscription was introduced in Australia by the Holt Government due to the National Service Act passed in 1964. This continued until 1971 when Australia pulled out of the Vietnam War.
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