1) How did John Curtin feel about conscription for overseas service
in World War I?
2) Why did Prime Minister John Curtin introduce conscription for
overseas military service in World War II?
3) What was the difference between the two Australian armed forces,
the AIF and the Militia?
4) In the World War I cartoon 'Your turn next', a menacing brutish
figure stands over the fallen body of a woman while a small child looks
on in fear. What do you think each of the characters represents?
5) Why was the Australian Labor Party (ALP) so concerned about introducing
conscription for overseas service during World War II?
6) In order to divert as many of the nation's resources to the war
effort as possible, Curtin introduced:
7) Three ways in which the government encouraged Australians to
help the war effort were:
8) When a woman joined the WRANS, which service did she belong to?
9) Women worked in non-traditional jobs in Australia during World
War II because:
10) In World War II in Australia, war loans (Liberty Loans) helped
raise money to:
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