One of the main reasons that Australia got involved was out of alligence and loyaty to the "Mother Country" or Britain. However there were many other contributing factors. For example, most people at the time thought the war would be over in six months. They thought it would be a great opportunity to see the world and have an adventure. Some people also thought that Australia should get involved to stop the enemy ever reaching Australia.
Although overall the main reason we got involved was to help our friends in Britain.
Because Australia was a member of the British empire and as such became involved as an ally of Britain in WW1
Australia was involved in the two Boer wars, WW1, WW2, Korea and Vietnam.
Australia did not help the US in WW1 Australia was involved long before the US was so it was the US that helped Australia and Britain with fresh troops in WW1.
As part of the British Empire Australia joined WW1 with the rest of the UK
The major wars Australia has been involved in are the following:Boer WarWW1WW2Korean WarVietnam WarWar on Terror
WW1 , WW2, Korea, Vietnam and Iraq
who were the leaders involved in WW1 who were the leaders involved in WW1
USA got involved in WW1 because they had promised to stick my Austria-Hungary in case of war.
When did Australia become involved in the UN?
there where 6 nations involved in WW1
because britain was at war
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Gallipoli was a battle in WW1 that was taken part in by Australia...
because they love Britain
there are 12 main countries that were involved in World War 1.
American joined WW1 in 1917, they were involved
Japan was heavily involved in WW1 and was asked for help several times by the British - Japan emerged from WW1 victorious and in control of more territory According to my husband, the history buff, Japan was not involved in WW1.
Australia has been involved in 10 wars
They were part of the Central Powers
cause they wanten to