Australia By: Neal Jasso Justin Esparza Diana Mota
Chapter One • Australia is its own continent • The longitude and latidue is 27°0’0’’S/133°0’0’’E • The physical characteristics are eastern highlands, central lowlands, and western plateau. • The capital of Australia is Canberra. • The population in Australia is 22,328,800 and the projected population of Australia in 2025 is 66,328,800
The total infant mortality rate is 4.61 deaths/1,000 live births male: 4.93 deaths/1,000 live births female: 4.27 deaths/1,000 live births. • The birth rates are 12.33 births/1,000 population . • The total fertility rates are 1.78 children born/woman . • The life expectancy for the total population is 81.81 years for males 79.4 years and for females 84.35 years. • The literacy rate is 99% for females and males. • The pose great opportunities for the country to become a power house.
Australia’s past and current governments • The first in Australia was constitutional monarchy. Constitutional monarchy is when a monarch acts a head of state with in parameters of a written constitution. • The second is a colony. Is a group of emigrants of their distant territory but remain subject to or closely associated with its parent country • The third government was a democratic government. A democratic government is when a government by the people exercise either directly or through elected representatives.
The third government is a parliamentary government it’s a system of government having the real power vested in a cabinet composed of members of the legislature who are individually and collectively responsible. • The last government is a democratic state federal system is democratic by having it's governors and law makers elected by the people. THE ROYAL WAR • The causes where that Great Britain didn’t want to give Australia its independence the war started in 1913-1915 and the two long years of fighting they finally got their independence.
Australia’s industrialization • Organic farming: is one of the major industries. Agriculture farming is the form of agriculture that relies on techniques such as crop rotation, green manure, compost, and biological pest control, to maintain soil productivity and control pests on a farm. • Second is online information services: is the nation’s developer of credit risk assessments and debt recovery solutions. • Third is Insurance brokerage: is when someone who acts as a mediator between a buyer and a seller insurance brokerage refers to the mediation of an insurance sale. An insurance broker works to bring together the buyer and the seller in order to make a sale.
Their forth is alternative health therapies are treatments that aren't commonly practiced mainstream in this previous year • Australia’s gdp was 924.84 billion in the year 2009.
Australia’s imperialism • Australia has not been in a economical or political disaster while not being a colony
Australia inWorld War 1 • Our countries alliance was with great Britain. • Our country was dragged in by being a colony. • Our country fought in the western front • During ww1 Australia lost 59,342 men TIMELINE • 1914- outbreak ofww1 Australia commits hundreds of thousands of troops to the great b Britain war effort. • 1915- Gallipoli campaign in turkey in 1914 leads to heavy causalities.
Gallipoli campaign • Death on Gallipoli major general w.t bridges, commander of the first division. Australians repelled major Turkish attacks. Last of Australians evacuated from Gallipoli.
1916- Australian soldiers took up positions on the western front of Armentieres. Australian war ships take part of a blockade to take the northern sea and an to disrupt the German economy. • 1917-Destroyers of the royal Australian navy took part in extensive anti-sub operations in the Adriatic sea. • 1918- battle on the Somme the capture of mt. saint Quentin by Australian forces it was also the end of ww1.
Australian in ww2 • Our country went to go fight with Britain during ww2. • Our countries alliance was with Britain • Australia fought in the north Africa, Europe, and the pacific. • 17,462 men died in ww2 for Australia TIMELINE • 1939- Australian follows Britain's lead and declares war on Nazi Germany inauguration of empire air training scheme (EATS).
1940- Howard floreyled team of scientist in envelopment of penicillin, Australian fighter pilots participated in the battle of berlin. • 1941- the U.S declares war on Japan Australia asks the U.S for help in its defense after the Japanese take Singapore. Australia allows the us to base its supreme commander foe the pacific war on its territory. • 1942- the war was brought home to Australia on the east coast when the Japanese attacked Sydney harbor from the sea in the late afternoon of may 31 three Japanese subs attacked Australia.
1943- an Australian hospital ship was attacked in October 1943. Australians defeated Japanese forces on a peninsula in new guinea. • 1944-ships of the royal Australian navy supported American landings a long the north coast of new guinea. Mass breakout of Japanese prisoners of war from cowra. • 1945-Australia was one of the founding members of the united nations. End of ww2
Cold War • Australia's cold war alliance was with NATO. • They didn’t not develop any nuclear weapons or have any installed. • But they did have a seismic vault which was used to detect nuclear teats and it was used on the u.s.s.r
PROBLEMS • Current problems for Australia is environmental problems, water management, health care, education, and immigration. • Australia’s environment has big problems one of them are deforestation, coal energy, air quality, climate change, and water security. • Our country are facing many deforestation problems because they build new homes and the greatest cause to make paper.
The environmental problems have negatively affected Australia by taking away homes for the wild animals and has put more pollution in the air. • Every living thing is suffering, due to its environmental problems. • If Australia keeps going down the path of messing up its environment it will be a disaster. • If I where in charge of Australia I would first stop the deforestation and use more technology instead of using paper an second I would make parents have a limit on how much kids they can have so Australia doesn’t have to cut trees down to make houses.
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