How Did Winston Churchill's Farewell To Australia

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Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill was a British politician who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, during 2nd world war which was in a horrible state after Chamberlain who wasn 't the greatest Prime Minister for the job considering the situation Britain were in but then was re-elected again in 1951 to 1955.

Winston was born on the 30th of November 1874 in Woodstock in United Kingdom and died 24th of January 1965 in London, United Kingdom. He was 1.67m tall, he had a wife and 6 children who he loved very much and was a great father and husband.

Churchill did not really care to much about Australia 's fate when Japan 's powerful armies threatened Australia. He lied to Australia about the British support against the Japanese. Winston had already betrayed Australia at the Arcadia Conference to the Japanese in Washington, December 1941. Churchill also wanted to keep the Australian troops in the Middle East to use them In Burma so they could defend India against the advancing Japanese instead of letting them defend their own country. …show more content…

Australia were struggling for support now that they offered economic resources to the Japanese in January 1942. Japan 's Navy General saw Australia as a threat though to the Japanese new Western Pacific empire because of this empire they wanted to They wanted to take some of the main areas of the Australia 's northern mainland. The Japanese also feared that the United States would be able to use Australia as a base to concur the Japanese in the Western Pacific region so the later they could take back american territory that was already conquered by

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