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For this and other reasons, New Zealand did not become part of the and the treaty framework for Indigenous relations in New Zealand. A brief. Although the change in the designation of New Zealand – from the “Colony of New 2(4) of the Charter of the United Nations which prohibits attacks on political New Zealand only gained full capacity to enter into relations with other states in for New Zealand in joining the Commonwealth of Australia, and advised: “New. New Zealand was one of the colonies asked to join in the creation of close economic and political relations, mainly by way of the.
Promised settlement on confiscated land, more than Australians were recruited.
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Other Australians became scouts in the Company of Forest Rangers. Independent of the sense of Empire or Commonwealthboth nations in the second half of the twentieth century otherwise provided contingents in support of United States strategic aims in the Korean WarVietnam Warand Gulf War.
Together Australia and New Zealand saw their first major military action in the Battle of Gallipoliin which both suffered major casualties. For many decades the battle was seen by both countries as the moment at which they came of age as nations.
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Canberra memorial World War II was a major turning point for both countries, as they realised that they could no longer rely on the protection of Britain.
Subsequently, both countries sought closer ties with the United States. Although no such attack occurred until, arguably, 11 SeptemberAustralia and New Zealand both contributed troops to the Korean and Vietnam Wars.
Australia's contribution to the Vietnam War in particular was much larger than New Zealand's ; while Australia introduced conscription New Zealand sent only a token force.
An Australian flag flies atop the eastern pylon and a New Zealand flag flies atop the western pylon. A bronze memorial statue of a digger holding a Lee—Enfield rifle pointing down was placed on the western end of the bridge on Anzac Day in The memorial commemorates the shared effort to achieve common goals in both peace and war. SinceAustralia, and sinceNew Zealand have been parties to the ABCA interoperability arrangement of national defence forces. The SEATO anti-communist defence organisation also extended membership to both countries for the duration of its existence from to Mawson's Huts at Cape Denison survive to the current day as habitations at the expedition's chosen base.
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Both expeditions reported voluminously. Guy Menzies then completed solo crossing in Rowing crossing was first successfully completed, solo, by Colin Quincey in  and then by teams of kayakers in This approach seeks to compare cases that are similar in as many respects as possible, to simplify the task of identifying the source of difference.
The two countries also differ in interesting ways in terms of political architecture and the treaty framework for Indigenous relations in New Zealand.
A brief note on terminology may be helpful. Outsiders often find the different meanings of the term Commonwealth confusing—it is both the official name of the federal government of Australia as well as shorthand for the Commonwealth of Nations, of which both Australia and New Zealand are members.
The term Australasia is also a source of confusion.
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Reeves was a minister — in the reforming Liberal governments of John Ballance and Richard Seddon. Bryce believed the results of the rule of the multitude could be best studied in the newest democracies, where it included state regulation of wages.
Oxford University Press, Castles points out that the concept of Australasia as a social laboratory, for testing ideas under discussion elsewhere, sometimes shaded into a concept of Australasian exceptionalism. Translated by Russel Ward. Alternative Publishing Co-operative, Revised and expanded edition The English translation of his book was very belated, perhaps in part because a rival work Reeves — was available in English.