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The end of the war brought dancing in the streets, but years of hardship still lay ahead.
Crete was a defeat for the Allied forces, but it was a fighting retreat, remembered with pride.
Refugees escaping from Hitler found themselves caught up with captured enemy soldiers in Australia’s internment camps.
The defence of Tobruk against a seemingly unstoppable German army was a much-needed morale booster for the Allied forces.
Australia was a destination for European Jews escaping from the terror of the Nazi genocide.
A hard fought battle along a narrow jungle track created a legend in Australian history.
Australia entered the war with only a small army: it had to urgently build a large fighting force.
Women were ready to serve and suffer in the cause of winning the war.
The war was a political struggle for Prime Minister John Curtin, while the people prepared for invasion.
Everyday life on the home front had to change when basic food items became hard to find.