The newly elected Gough Whitlam recognized Northand gave the order to withdraw Australian troops, in the short.
Out of the 60,000 Australians who served in the Vietnam War, 521 were killed. The Vietnam War lasted from 1959 to 1975.
It was unwinnable.
The first Australians sent to Vietnam were 30 army instructors on May 24, 1962.
They protested the draft.
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Australians mirror the US, but on a smaller scale relative to their populations.
Over 50,000 Australian Servicemen fought in the Vietnam War.
President Nixon was the President who promised to withdraw troops from Vietnam. The term Vietnamization was the plan that encouraged South Vietnam to take more responsibility for the war. Nixon hoped to gradually withdraw troops in this manner, and he succeeded and is credited with ending the Vietnam War.
Four Australians received the VC during the Vietnam War.
I was not involved in the Vietnam war. That was between the American (and Australians and south Vietnamese) and the Vietcong.
A wide variety of Australians were against Australia's involvement in the Vietnam war, especially young Australians, who were being conscripted to help The USA bolster an unpopular government in Vietnam for strategic reasons.
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Like America, there were Australians whole believed that the Vietnam War needed to be fought, and there were those that believed it shouldn't be.
They probably fuelled the protesters, as they did in the US.
500 dead ; 3,129 wounded .
All of the allies fought the NVA and VC.
the last of the troops were withdrawn in June 1973
Over 50,000 Australian Servicemen fought in the Vietnam War, approximately 19,000 of them were draftees. Approximately 600 Australians were killed during the war.
They were a part of the ANZUS Pact which called for mutual support.
6,000 Australians in country at once, was their average.
Between 1962 and 1972 about 50,000 Australians served in the Vietnam War. This included men from the Army, Navy and Airforce.