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User avatar #194 - shadowmaul (11/03/2013) [-]
For Debate reasons I am American and I view all 3 as correct partly because we did lose the first battle horribly and our capital burned as well as the White House and although i don't remember Canada being involved we kicked the **** out of GB after that where every other battle was won by US including the surrender of an GB army in the south that still had thousands of soldiers so I can see why GB wouldnt want to :remember: that
#236 to #194 - ZeDoodler (11/03/2013) [-]
If I remember correctly, America was fueling patriotism to make an attempt at taking Canada for America, solely for the reason of being able to take more British land. There was a British commander, for the life of me I can't remember his name, that used brilliant scare tactics to route us out.

Canada wasn't really involved, they were just getting pushed around the entire war being like, "What's going on, eh?"
#250 to #236 - verby (11/03/2013) [-]
The invasion of canada had something to do with the US trying to stay neutral and Britain trying to stop us and America saying "We do what we want, bitch!"
#222 to #194 - themisstophat (11/03/2013) [-]
It's  not that we don't want to remember it, we just don't deem it important enough to remember.   
I'm afraid we never consider it as a huge part of our history, Americans fighting for their independence is a mere spec in our history.
It's not that we don't want to remember it, we just don't deem it important enough to remember.
I'm afraid we never consider it as a huge part of our history, Americans fighting for their independence is a mere spec in our history.
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