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Australian troops were sent to Vietnam on Robert Menzies orders (the Australian prime minister of the time). They were sent to Vietnam because Communism was spreading throughout Asia, and Menzies feared it coming to Australia, so he sent our troops in. Although, our troops only started out as advisers to our allies, but sometime later Menzies decided to send in our combat troops.


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On 28 April, 1965, Australian Prime Minister, Robert Menzies, announced that Australian troops would be sent to support the United States forces in the Vietnam war. The first Australian troops arrived in Vietnam in May 1965.


Australia sent a regiment of their Centurion tanks to Vietnam, along infantry and artillery.



Australian "Military Advisors" were sent to Vietnam in 1962. On April 29th, 1965, the Prime Minister, Sir Robert Menzies, committed Australian troops to fight in Vietnam. On November 30th, 1971, the last Australian combat troops left Vietnam. Over 60,000 ANZAC troops, many of them conscripts, fought in Vietnam.


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Australian troops in Afghanistan are doing what they are told to do,that is what soldiers do.Maybe you should be asking this question of the government who sent them and not the guys who are following orders.


Australian armor (Centurian tanks) and armored personnel carriers (US M-113's), as well as regular infantrymen were sent to Vietnam.


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He sent his troops to Byzantium.


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Australia fought as part of the British Empire; declaring war when Great Britain did. Troops of the 6th, 7th and 9th division of the AIF (Australian Air Force) were sent to the Middle East and half of the Australian navy went to the Mediterranean to assist the British war effort. Australia also fought in Papua New guinea, the Kokoda Trail, although Australia was occupying Papua New guinea so it was therefore part of Austrlia at the time.



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Australian & other British Commonwealth troops, aircraft & ships were sent to Singapore to defend it from the Japanese in December 1941. Singapore was the most important British naval base in Asia. When the Japanese captured Singapore, many Australians were taken prisoner. At the time that Singapore was being attacked by the Japanese, the Australian government was very strongly trying to resist British pressure to send more reinforcements into Singapore. The Australians correctly estimated that Singapore would fall regardless of the efforts that could be mounted to save it. In fact many Australian troops arrived just prior to the British surrender, and never got a chance to fight, but instead spent the rest of the war (or their lives) in Japanese POW (mini-death) camps in South-east Asia. This caused alot of friction between the Australian and British governments. The Australian government had its troops in North Africa fighting Rommel's Afrika Corps, and some defending SE Asia. It was short of troops for Australian Home Defense. Because of this in early 1942, the responsibility for the defense of Australia would be shifted from the British Command to the United States Commanders in the South Pacific. The United States sent large numbers of troops to Australia to reinforce local Australian troops.



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