They came from Brits who are occupying Australia not liberating.
Yes, in the 18th and 19th centuries. By the time of World War II and today the European descended Australians were as native as the Aboriginals (I am aware of the heinous things done to the Aboriginals at the time though, not defending that) - just like modern Japanese inhabiting Hokkaido are natives of Hokkaido and not "occupiers" though that island was forcibly taken form the Ainu during the Meiji Restoration.
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Where did the Australians come from?
Australia....? What are you even asking?
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Everyone thinking this movie completely ignores American war crimes seems to completely miss the scene featuring the fire bombing raids of Tokyo, with mutilated Japanese bodies and crying family members. That was the scene where I personlly knew this was a very good WWII movie. But the people crying about Japan-bashing seems to be of the opinion that every WWII movie must be like Grave of the Fireflies (which is great and thoughtful, nothing against it at all), that only shows Japanese suffering, with people of other nationalities absent.
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