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EnhanceTV :: Feature Articles :: Fighting to belong: Indigenous servicemen and women

Fighting to belong: Indigenous servicemen and women
Fighting to belong: Indigenous servicemen and women 
During the First World War a significant number of Indigenous Australians signed up for the armed forces in support of a nation that did not even recognise them as citizens and a 'Mother Country' that they felt had taken away their land. The Second World War saw groups of Indigenous men assembled to defend Australia's Northern coast. It also saw the career of the first Indigenous commissioned officer. Through all this, Indigenous Australians experienced more acceptance and mateship with their fellow countrymen than they ever had in peacetime.
 

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Learning Areas History, Indigenous Studies
Level Secondary, Tertiary
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