International Relations of Australia during the 20th Century
At the very beginning of the 20th century, Britain was considered the 'mother' country and depended on for supplies. During the early part of the century, these ties between the two countries were considered of great importance as Australia's heritage was linked to that of Britain's.
On the 1st January 1901, Australia became a federation. This meant Australia would become a dominion, with its own constitution, national anthem and flag, but still maintain its ties with the British Empire. At this point in time, parliament was able to make laws concerning internal nation wide issues but had…
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