The USA and nice Britain are shut allies, yet they didn?t begin that means. They fought fierce wars opposed to one another, the yank progressive warfare and the warfare of 1812, wars that resulted in America?s freedom from British rule and taxes. contains black-and-white images, thesaurus, and index. 239 pages.
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