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Date Posted: 14:57:53 12/03/04 Fri
In reply to: Jim (Canada) 's message, "Australians were in Vietnam?" on 14:33:23 12/03/04 Fri
Participation at Height of Involvement
Over 540,000 troops
8,300 troops and advisors
Approximately 500 dead
New Zealand 534 soldiers
One battalion under Australian (1st Brigade) command at any one time.
A Brief History of the Australian Forces in Vietnam
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Date Posted: 15:22:26 12/03/04 Fri
That is apparently why the naval Ensign was changed - because the Australians were flying the flag of a power that was not engaged in the theatre of war.
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