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Content description VCHHK146

History / Levels 9 and 10 / Historical Knowledge / The modern world and Australia / Australia at war (1914 – 1945): World War II
Content description
Significant places where Australians fought and their perspectives and experiences in these places
Elaborations
  1. explaining the significance of Kokoda as the battle that halted the Japanese advance on Port Moresby and helped foster the Anzac legend
  2. using historical perspectives comparing the experiences of Australians during World War II, such as Prisoners of War (POWs), the Battle of Britain, Kokoda, the Fall of Singapore
Code
VCHHK146
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