World War II Essay | Why Australia Participated in World War II

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Why Australia Participated in World War II

Summary: A summary of reasons why Australia chose to participate in World War II. Keywords: Britain, British Empire
Australia went to war for many various reasons. Most of these were to benefit Australia's global status. For example Australia went to war under the British empire because it wanted to prove its loyalty to Britain if ever Australia needed aid in the future Britain would respond. Also Australia was paranoid about being invaded by the French and Germans. So they saw this as opportunity to rid themselves of any potential enemies seeing Australia has such a vast coastline to patrol.

First of all Australia was still bound to the empire and so when Britain declared war on Germany, France and Turkey they declared it in the name of the British Empire. This included Australia. So Australia was obliged to aid the empire but they went one step further and also declared war alongside the British. The reason they did this was so...

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