Why Did Australia Become Involved in World War One?

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Australia got involved in world war one simply because it had no choice. In 1914, when Britain declared war, it did so on behalf of the whole British Empire including Australia, which was a British colony by then. From a population of five million, Australia produced an army of close to half a million to fight in the war.
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Australia declared war on Germany on Sept 3, 1939. then Italy June 11, 1940. Finland, Hungary, Romania Dec 7 ,1941. Japan, Dec 8 1941. Bulgaria, Jan 6, 1942. and finally Thailand
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Most of the world. It is the war that one can truly say was a world war. It utilized men and materials form almost every nation on the earth.
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