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Was Germany's defeat in the Battle of Britain sealed when they switched to attacking London, radar stations or airfields?
Which was the first battle of the war involving Australian soldiers? Sedan, Alamein, Bardia, Tobruk
Instead of Precision bombing, did the RAF concentrate on 'power', 'tactical' or 'area' bombing?
While the fighting in France went on in 1944, the Red Army destroyed the German Army Group ____
Great defensive battle won by the Americans in the Ardennes: Arnhem, Carentan, Cassino, Bastogne
Chuikov was a Soviet general who led Red Army troops to famous victories in Stalingrad and ______
The Australian commander in Singapore, Gordon ________, contorversially escaped from the island before it surrendered.
Which of these terms was NOT used for Australian troops whose sole task was to defend Australian soil: AIF, CMF, militia
Japanese ground forces suffered their first major defeat at the battle of ________ Bay in August-September 1942
In the last stages of the war Australian troops were reduced to '________-up' isolated but hard-fighting Japanese garrisons.
At Wannsee in January 1942 the Nazis decided on a '______ __________ to the Jewish question'
The ________ Declaration of July 1945 threatened Japan with destruction if it did not surrender
'Weary' ________ was an Australian doctor famous for courageously helping and protecting prisoners of the Japanese
Was the Australian Women's Land Army chiefly concerned with agriculture, administration or manufacture?
Aborigines could join the armed forces only if they were of 'substantially ________ descent'
A leading figure in the establishment of the United Nations was the Australian, 'Doc' ________
The main Japanese fighter plane, the ________ outperformed all its opponents early in the Pacific War
At the same time as the Kokoda campaign, were the Japanese fighting the Americans at Guadalcanal, Leyte or Tarawa?
The _________ Plan was an American program to give financial assistance to poor Western countries in danger of turning Communist
In the _________ Emergency of the 1950s, Australian servicemen helped to defeat a Communist uprising
Which of these words means 'can't be taken away': inalienable, disenfranchised, indubitable
Part of the assimilation policy was the establishment of reserves and religious _______ for indigenous Australians
Was the 1938 statement 'Aborigines Claim Citizen Rights' an edict, a bill, a petition or a manifesto?
Participation in _______ in the 1940s helped promote the rights of African Americans and Indigenous Australians
Those who took buses into racist areas in the USA and Australia in the 1960s were _________ Riders
Year in which Aborigines became legally entitled to equal pay with other Australians: 1963, 1967 or 1968
Did the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act came into effect in 1967, 1975, 1976 or 1992?
'From Little Things Big Things Grow' was a song about the Wave Hill by Kev Carmody and Paul ____
The group involved in the Australian Freedom Ride were called __________ Action for Aborigines
The Whitlam government announced the principle of _________-determination for Aboriginal Affairs policy
Were those who established the Tent Embassy most interested in a militant, non-violent or legislative approach?
Those who established the Tent Embassy emphasised the importance of preserving sites ________ to Aborigines
The High Court ruled that native title only applied to land not already sold or given away: ___________ land
Lowitja ___________ is an outstanding indigenous Australian, named Australian of the Year in 1992
Prime Minister who argued that the current generation need not apologise for the misdeeds of earlier generations' treatment of Aborigines
Usual term for the Northern Territory National Emergency Response of 2007: the ________
Under the Menzies government, this minister allowed some non-European refugees and Japanese war brides into Australia
In 1973 the Whitlam government instructed embassies to ignore this as a criterion when selecting migrants
This PM's government was the first to allow Indo-Chinese refugees into Australia in large numbers
A massacre here led the Hawke government to give permanent residency to many Chinese students
Controversial historian Geoffrey _______ argued that multiculturalism threatened Australia's social cohesion
Those who flee their country in the hope of being recognised as refugees are classed initially as ______ seekers
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