Australian Experiences at the Kokoda Track
Kokoda Track, one of the most vital battles in World War II, was the last defense against invasion of Australia by the Japanese. The soldiers who fought on the Kokoda Track had to experience some of the most severe climate and terrain of WWII. They were...
Kokoda Track Terrain
The Kokoda Trail or Track is a single-file foot thoroughfare that runs 96 kilometres overland — 60 kilometres in a straight line — through the Owen Stanley Range in Papua New Guinea. It was initially a series of interconnecting small trails used as a mail route to supply settlements...
Australian Soldiers at Kokoda
The New Guinea Campaign was significant for both Australians and Japanese. The Japanese had successfully launched attacks on Singapore and they decided to take over Port Moresby for further expansion of its territory. The conditions on the Kokoda trail were tough and difficult...
Kokoda Track- World War 2 Empathy Task
This is an empathy task of a soldier named Jack Boland. He was a conscript soldier (choco) who was nineteen years old. He had no experience when he was conscripted to join the 11th Platoon of the 39th Battalion. The 39th Battalion existed as a unit for only 2O...
Location: Crn. Deakin St and Rickard St - Mary St, Rhodes
Event: Although the Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway was built to specifically commemorate the events of The Kokoda Trail, Papua New Guinea (July 1942 - January 1943), the Walkway also commemorates all those who served and died in the Papua-New...
Australia’s involvement in Kokoda.
The Kokoda track Campaign is worthy of commemorating as Australia for the first time during the Second World War was in danger of being invaded. As Australia was aiding Great Britain in Europe Australia had no good soldiers to send to Kokoda so the only soldiers left...
significance of Kokoda for Australian’s can be seen in many different ways. In a strategic sense and also in a symbolic sense. Firstly, the Kokoda Campaign saved Australia from possible invasion, or more precisely from being isolated from the United States of America . Secondly, Kokoda was the battle...
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• Prisoners of War - Changi , Sandakan, Burma Railway - Fall of Singapore (Pacific War)
• Kokoda Trail New Guinea Campaign
• Battle of the Coral Sea
• Invasion of Australia (Darwin, Sydney Harbour etc)
3. How did Australia’s relationship...
I think that the movie Kokoda was somewhat an accurate re-enactment of the real thing. Although in the real thing it would have been a lot more violent and scary. The soldiers would have been similar and the environmental surroundings were also pretty much the same. Some aspects that might not be as...
The Kokoda Track was one of the most significant battle fields that Australian soldiers fought on against the Japanese. In terms of casualties over 600 Australians were killed and 1680 wounded.
The Japanese had the aim of claiming Port Moresby, planning to then bomb Queensland with the intentions of...
highlighted many tensions within Australian society.
Think about short and long term impact both socially and politically.
Things to consider-
Kokoda- Political- Australia looking to US- why? What did this lead to?
Social- Impact of this type of fighting on the soldiers and what they were like when...
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The simple fact that the US emerged as victor from the battle...
a somewhat advertisement, depicts the repetitious hardships, the ‘mosquito and leech-ridden rainforest’s and the mountainous terrain faced on the Kokoda Track but also the positive experience gained from the trek.
Language techniques such as short sentences and paragraphs are used. They arouse interest...
ANZACs had to take pride in their own nation and terminate their heavy support in Britain’s wars so that they can focus on fighting the Japanese in Kokoda and prevent them from reaching Australian soil. This strengthened the connection between Australia’s national identity and the ANZAC spirit as the...