How was Australia better prepared for World War Two than World War One?
How did Australia manage World War Two more successfully than World War One? What are some examples of how their response in World War Two was successful? Thanks in Advance I need some comparison to WW1
Asked By: shojeeb a - 11/7/2008
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It was because of world war one that we were better prepared for world war two.We had commander that had come through the ranks during the ww1 like Generals Blamey, Morshead, Allen, Vasey, Rowell and many others like them had been through ww1, and unlike their counterparts from that war, they did not have to learn on... More
Answered By: dftm - 11/8/2008
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Considering they had coastal defences in World War 2 and they did'nt have the threat of the Japanese in the first World War as they had in the 2nd,also they were on Alert when Japan started it's raids on Commonwealth controlled ports and countries,they also had an aircraft which was a nuisance to the Japanese which... More
Answered By: Freelance - 11/7/2008
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