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Homeland - Wikipedia

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A homeland is the concept of the place (cultural geography) with which an ethnic group holds a long history and a deep cultural association – the country in which a particular national identit...

In 1914 the Mother Country, Great Britain, requested assistance from ...

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Australian identity; a sense of adventure and need to prove one's self were all of equal importance. Many soldiers wanted to fight for the 'Mother Country.

Like it or not, national character owes much to the mother country ...

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Feb 15, 2014 ... The defining Australian character of egalitarianism, often seen as a rejection of the British class system, may owe more to the mother country ...

Mother Country - Infoplease

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The inhabitants of North America, Australia, etc., are for the most part descendants of English parents, and therefore England may be termed the mother country.

mother country - definition of mother country in English | Oxford ...

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a country in relation to its colonies: Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, ... 'Australia sent the flower of its youth to defend the mother country's interests'.

1914 | Australian War Memorial

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Andrew Fisher, Australian Opposition Leader, 31 July 1914 ... of the British Empire, Australia was still strongly tied to the mother country for trade and defence.

A world apart: geography, Australian quarantine, and the mother ...

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A world apart: geography, Australian quarantine, and the mother country. ... In many respects the Australian colonies were what one person called "the proud ...

Australia and World War One - History Learning Site

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Australia entered World War One as a united population. ... been done that honour will permit, Australia will stand behind the mother country to help and defend ...

Australia's prime minister Malcolm Turnbull calls for two votes to ...

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Dec 19, 2016 ... Australia's prime minister has outlined a roadmap for breaking away from ... Turnbull calls for two votes to break away from the mother country.

Australia`s duty, Why did Australia become involved in the war ...

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They had a natural, strong sense of patriotism and loyalty to their 'mother country.' With ninety percent of Australians having a British background and with many ...