American Conflicts

  • Boston Tea Party

    When Boston recieved three ship loads of tea from England and refused to ship it back, colinists angered about the taxing of the tea, threw it all into the Boston Harbor.
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    American Revolution

    The colonists of America weren't happy about having to pay taxes to Great Britan during the Stamp Act of 1765, saying it was unconstitutinal. The colonists claimed that as they were the British Subjects that taxation without represention was illegal. Americans boycotted tea, leading to the Boston Tea Party in 1773, when shiploads of over taxted tea was destrtoryed.
  • Stamp Act of 1776

    The Stamp Act Of 1776 was a direct tax directed by the British Parliment, specifaclly on the colonies of British America. The Stamp Act met resistance in America, when they refused to pay.
  • War Of 1812

    America declared war for a few reasons, one being trade restrictions brought by the ongoing war with Britain and France. "Both sides invaded each other's territory, but these invasions were unsuccessful or temporary. At the end of the war, both sides occupied parts of the other's land, but these areas were restored by the Treaty of Ghent. "
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    The War Of 1812

    America declared war for a few reasons, one being trade restrictions brought by the ongoing war with Britain and France. "Both sides invaded each other's territory, but these invasions were unsuccessful or temporary. At the end of the war, both sides occupied parts of the other's land, but these areas were restored by the Treaty of Ghent. "
  • Battle Of Baltimore

    The Battle Of Baltimore was a combined Sea and land battle against the Americans and the British Forces. A man that was involved in the battle was inspired by it to write the poem 'Defence Of Fort McHenry' are the lyrics used in the Natinal Athem of America, The Star Spangled Banner. - Francis Scott Key
  • Texas Revolution

    Texas V.S. Mexico, which lead to the Mexican War
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    Mexican War.

    Mexico and America were conflicting because Mexico was trying to claim Texas as it's territory.
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    Cilvil War.

    The Civil war was the American war between North of the United States and the Southern United States. Abraham Lincon was the president at the time and also wanted equal rights for the slaves. The Confederacy wanted to keep Slavery, the Union did not, so a war began between the two resulting in the Union winning and Slavery being abolished through out America.
  • Industrial Revolution / War

    This is one of the only true idustrial wars because of the Railroads, the telegraph, steamships, and mass-produced weapons were employed extensively.
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    Spanish American War

    A conflict between Spain and America, lasting three months, 2 weeks and four days. The main issue was Cuban idependance, the war was fought in the Pacific and Carribean Sea. The result was the Treaty of Paris in 1898 "negotiated on terms favorable to the U.S., which allowed temporary American control of Cuba and, following their purchase from Spain, indefinite colonial authority over Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines."
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    World War 1

    World War One was a war between the great Nations of the World incluing Britian, France, America, Russia, Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.America was an allied nation and did not enter the war until 1917-18
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    World War 2

    World War Two was a large war. Some major events that marked this war was the Holocaust, and the only nucular warfare. It was also the deadlist Conflict of all time resulting in 50-70 million casualities. The said starting date was September 1st when Germany invaded Poland, "The exact date of the war's end is also not universally agreed upon. It has been suggested that the war ended at the armistice of 14 August 1945 (V-J Day), rather than the formal surrender of Japan (2 September 1945); in som
  • Pearl Harbor Conspericacy

    It has been said that the attack on Pearl Harbor was not a surprise, Japan sent a letter saying that if America did not back off that they would bomb Pearl Harbor, and the Americans did not read it and inturpret it until it was too late.
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    Korean War

    The Korean War was a conflict between Republic of Korea and the Democratic People's Republic Of Korea. The Korean Peninsula was ruled by the Empire of Japan from 1910 until the end of World War II. Following the surrender of the Empire of Japan in September 1945, American administrators divided the peninsula along the 38th parallel, with U.S. military forces occupying the southern half and Soviet military forces occupying the northern half.
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    Vietnam War

    "This war followed the First Indochina War and was fought between North Vietnam, supported by its communist allies, and the government of South Vietnam, supported by the United States and other anti-communist countries.[28] The Viet Cong (also known as the National Liberation Front, or NLF), a lightly armed South Vietnamese communist common front directed by the North, largely fought a guerrilla war against anti-communist forces in the region. The Vietnam People's Army (North Vietnamese Army)"
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    Gulf War

    "The invasion of Kuwait by Iraqi troops that began 2 August 1990 was met with international condemnation, and brought immediate economic sanctions against Iraq by members of the UN Security Council. U.S. President George H. W. Bush deployed American forces into Saudi Arabia, and urged other countries to send their own forces to the scene. An array of nations joined the coalition. The great majority of the military forces in the coalition were from the United States, with Saudi Arabia, the United
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    War On Terror

    This war is still ongoing "The War on Terror (also known as the Global War on Terror and War on Terrorism) is a term commonly applied to an international military campaign led by the United States and the United Kingdom with the support of other NATO as well as non-NATO countries. Originally, the campaign was waged against al-Qaeda and other militant organizations with the purpose of eliminating them."