War of 1812
War of 1812
In 1812, the Napoleonic wars triggered conflict in North America. As part of its war against France, Britain shut down trade between France and the U.S. Britain blocked American ships from landing at the French ports. The British ships then looked for American ships looking for British deserters. The U.S. then got mad, and decided to retaliate by attacking the closest British land, which is now known as Canada. The colonists fought for themselves which had surprised the British. The colonists won the fight against the U.S. which was not expected by Britain. Canada was soon acknowledged by the British. If the war of 1812 never happened then Canada would not be a country today. This change has lasted for a long time. It has lasted until today.
Many lives were lost. Others were driven to insanity. Billions of dollars with repair. What will happen next?
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Irish and British immigrants are those to blame?
How will the Canadiens handle this epidemic?
The loyalists in Britain finally have a new and happy life!
Thirteen Colonies Rebellion.
Is the aftermath over?
Are all the United Empire Loyalists happy?
Is this crazy war over?
Has peace been set between the two countries?
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