So settlers coming to australia and killing a native person as a result of a misunderstanding doesn't count as a death?I am saying not a single aboriginal person died as a result of uniting a whole Continent in Federation, and not a single aboriginal person died as a result of gaining our independence from Britain.
However as is documented in, "Guns, Germs and Steel - the Fate of Societies", by your own Professor Jared Diamond, Australian aborigines, after a separation of 50,000 years from the rest of humanity, had no immunity whatsoever to common infections like the common cold. And these common infections, to which the settlers were largely immune, went up the river systems ahead of the settlers, and killed nine out of ten aborigines.
And at the time aborigines were being killed by common infections, the germ theory of disease had not yet been invented. So no one, not the settlers and not the aborigines, knew what was happening.
So in Australia there were no aboriginal wars. Of course when a literate culture meets a spoken culture there is mutual misunderstanding which led to murders on both sides. However when we could catch settlers murdering aborigines, we hanged them, and vica versa.
However the Communist Party of Australia fabricated an aboriginal history falsely claiming the settlers waged war against the aborigines. This has been shown to be a fabrication in the three books of, "The Fabrication of Aboriginal History", by Keith Windschuttle.
So it is literally true that not a single person died in uniting the whole Continent of Australia in Federation, and it is literally true that not single person died in gaining our independence from Britain - and certainly not any aborigines.