World War 1 was not fought in Australia. It was fought mostly in Europe.
World War 1 occurred in Australia in the same years as elsewhere in the world - from 1914 to 1918.
World War I stopped in 1918.
Primarily by fighting the war...
They were fighting for there freedom and ours
Most of the fighting in world war 1 took place in Europe,along the frontiers between France and Germany,and Russia Australia Italy.
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For their country.
World War 1 was fought in trenches or deep slits in the ground.
the countries were fighting over toys
The world war 1 ended on 11th November 1918
Australia Failed..... Hard
australia wasn't in that war it was europe,canada and the us who was in that war.
World War I was the first war to incorporate modern technology into fighting techniques.
Australia started disliking Hitler after world war one but more disliking happened in world war two.
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?
ww1 was doing fighting in the trenches, so trench fighting
Most of the fighting from world war 1 happened in Europe in the countries of Belgium and France. The germans did most of the fighting and invasions.
Well it is very simple you know. It is because they're allies were fighting so they had to fight too or else the alliance will be broken. Very simple you know.
Australia entered the First World War along with Britain in August 1914.