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This research guide has been created for Year 10 students studying the short and long term impact of World War II.
"On 3 September 1939 Prime Minister Robert Gordon Menzies announced the beginning of Australia's involvement in the Second World War on every national and commercial radio station in Australia."
Here We Go Again [Australians at War]
National Geographic. (2001). Here we go again. Retrieved from https://clickv.ie/w/oGyh
The Thin Khaki Line
National Geographic. (2001). Here we go again. Retrieved from https://clickv.ie/w/2Gyh
"Nobody went to that war, or any other I suppose, that didn't get wounded mentally, if not physically. It wasn't possible." Sergeant Jack Sim, shop assistant from Ballarat, was one of the Australian soldiers who fought the Japanese to a standstill on the Kokoda trail in 1942.