Majority of Australians were in support of the government recruitment of young

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Majority of Australians were in support of the government recruitment of young men into the military. They were assured that the war would come with many benefits among them defeating their enemies and political independence. On the contrary, majority of the Australian had to struggle with a society that became more divided and with a lot of social problems. The war at first led to rapid increase of German nations into Australia that interned in different government agencies. Later, even after the war Australians had to deal with anti -German hysteria. Australians were dismissed in their places of work, denied essential services and their 3 Nick Dyrenfurth, "‘Conscription is Not Abhorrent to Laborites and Socialists’: Revisiting the Australian Labour Movement’s Attitude towards Military Conscription during World War I." LABOUR HISTORY A Journal of Labour and Social History 103 (2012): 145-164. 4 Nick Dyrenfurth, "‘Conscription is Not Abhorrent to Laborites and Socialists’: Revisiting the Australian Labour Movement’s Attitude towards Military Conscription during World War I." LABOUR HISTORY A Journal of Labour and Social History 103 (2012): 145-164.
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6 property destroyed. This led to the fragmentation of families because of the trauma that was caused by loss of jobs and discrimination in one’s country. 5 Despite the Australian government deporting the internalized enemies, the consequences were far reaching for most Australians. Bibliography 5 Anna Haebich, Broken circles . Fremantle Press, 2000). Retrieved from proquest- com.ezproxy.newcastle.edu.au/lib/newcastle/detail.action?docID=1318314
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7 Crotty, Martin, and David Andrew Roberts, eds. Turning points in Australian history . UNSW Press, 2009. Retrieved from - com.ezproxy.newcastle.edu.au/lib/newcastle/detail.action?docID=421320 Dyrenfurth, Nick. "‘Conscription is Not Abhorrent to Laborites and Socialists’: Revisiting the Australian Labour Movement’s Attitude towards Military Conscription during World War I." LABOUR HISTORY A Journal of Labour and Social History 103 (2012): 145-164. Gare, Deborah, and David Ritter. "Making Australian History: perspectives on the past since 1788." (2008). Haebich, Anna. Broken circles . Fremantle Press, 2000. Retrieved from - proquest-com.ezproxy.newcastle.edu.au/lib/newcastle/detail.action?docID=1318314
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