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 Definition Military preparations and defense of Australia proper during the Second World War, as well as opearations of Australian forces under Allied high command [d] [e]

I've labelled this a stub (as I did with World War I, Australia) because it really is a very slight overview, in need of a great deal of filling out. Detail, detail, detail!

Feel free to chip in!

David H. Barrett

Moving forward

I could start some things about current Australian military, although a native really should do that; I am fairly familiar with the Gallipoli campaign, the Australian forces in the Vietnam War, and Australian signals intelligence in WWII.

Does anyone feel comfortable writing about the interactions of Blamey, Curtin and MacArthur? Howard C. Berkowitz 16:31, 14 September 2009 (UTC)