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Answered 2006-06-14 15:17:16

At the beginning of WW2 Australia was a part of the British Commonwealth and as such was considered one of the Allied nations, along with other British Commonwealth nations such as South Africa & Canada. Other Allied nations were England, U.S. and briefly France which seems to have a penchant for surrender.

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