Deux dominions en guerre: Australie and Nouvelle-Zelande (Two dominions at war: Australia and New Zealand)
Australia and New Zealand are linked by the memory of World War I. Their military forces, Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (Anzac), fought together ; and their shared experience at Gallipoli in 1915 generated the “Anzac legend”, a narrative which has dominated their national memories of war. However, while New Zealand adopted conscription in 1916, the Australian electorate rejected this policy option. The Australian Imperial Force remained a volunteer force. This may help explain...[Show more]
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