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EVOLUTIONARY CHANGE IS ONLY POSSIBLE IN THE ABSENCE OF MAJOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CONFLICT During the period between World War One and World War Two Australia and Germany both had some change Evolutionary change is slow and gradual with no violence or conflicts in the country Germany had major internal and external conflicts in this period which resulted in quick revolutionary change Australia on the other hand had limited internal and external conflict in the country and so the change was almost unnoticeable The Germans main reason for revolutionary change is that they had defeat in the war which is a major factor of rapid change and the rise of Hitler brought about anti-semitism political extremism and violence There were also many internal conflicts in the country Australias change was very slow due to them winning World War One although there was some internal problems like the inequality of treatment of the returned soldiers Also the depression led to poverty or wealth for many people in the country In Australia the change was gradual after the war but one thing that did change greatly was the social attitudes and morals as Australians eased themselves away from the nineteenth century social ideals Some changes involved venturing into relationships urban entertainments smoking in public going to parties and going to movies All these social activities showed the casual approach of many people in Australia after the war In the 1920s Australia saw a rapid advancement in the aviation industry with Australians leading the world in many areas This was closely linked with Australia winning the war because Australia did not have to rebuild their aviation industry like Germany and so they were constantly upgrading their aircrafts The soldier settlement scheme was a pathetic failure because the government gave most of the returning soldiers land in the dry areas of Australia for farming The main problems were that most soldiers had no
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