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Australia had a population of less than 20 million people during the war. Their attitudes mirrored the US attitude, on a lesser scale.

Reasons for involvement:

  • Fear of Spread of Communism
  • Had an alliance with USA
  • Domino Theory - that if one country fall in to communism the other countries will follow.
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It generally followed along the same lines as American perceptions.

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They were in line with America's attitude, but on a lower scale, in proportion to their countries population.

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Australians mirror the US, but on a smaller scale relative to their populations.

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The same as in the US.

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