History of Australia Summary

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The feelings of the ordinary soldier/sailor/airmen being involved in the war were nothing like the feelings of the soldiers from the Great War. There were some excited by the idea of war, and some so... Read more
776 words, approx. 3 pages
Federation is the term used to describe the convergence of the six colonies of Australia into a single nation. This act was the result of a long struggle that had begun as early as 1842, but it wasn't... Read more
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Australia in the 1900's was absolutely not a working mans paradise; the phrase is just a mindless fantasy and a sham. Since the economy was terrifyingly low the working man did work but for a harsh mi... Read more
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Australia in the 1900's was absolutely not a working mans paradise; the phrase is just a mindless fantasy and a sham. Since the economy was terrifyingly low the working man did work but for a harsh mi... Read more
760 words, approx. 3 pages
In 1788, a fleet of British ships - which would later become known as "The First Fleet" - brought over 700 convict settlers to Port Jackson, Australia. While they were sent to Australia as a form of p... Read more
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The fifties are generally defined as the period from the appointment of the Menzies government in 1949 to 1963. Therefore, this decade is not defined by a set number of years, but is representative of... Read more
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Technology Communications § Television commenced in Australia in September 1956. The first telecast was from Sydney. Very few people had television sets and crowds gathered on footpaths outside... Read more
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Australia was considered a working man's paradise at the beginning of the twentieth century. When someone is employed particularly in a manual or industrial job they are classified as a `working m... Read more
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The forces behind the changes in the 1960 were wide and varied. Many of the forces were related to the Vietnam War, things such as conscription, hippie movements and American influences. Most Austra... Read more
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