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Conditions experienced by Australian soliders in the Western Front in World War One.
1)<Tab/>Why did Australian men volunteer to enlist in WWI?
The army provided an extremely good regular wage that almost doubled the wage of a Labourer. The Australian Solider receiving 6 shillings a day was the best paid soldier in the world. The decision to enlist was very attractive because it was the time of high unemployment and a weak economy.
'The chance of a lifetime', this was the chance for many young single men enticed by a 'Free tour of Great Britain and Europe' to leave their boring jobs and do something exciting and travel which they would n…
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- Conditions experienced by Australian soliders in the Western Front in World War One.
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