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23 January, 16:12

The primary reason that American strategy in the War of 1812 focused on invading and conquering Canada was a. the United States considered complete control of the Great Lakes the key to the future of North America. b. the Canadians were already in rebellion against British rule. c. Britain was weakest and most vulnerable there. d. the United States expected support from France, which hoped to recover its lost colony of Quebec.

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  1. 23 January, 17:57
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    C. Britain was weakest and most vulnerable there is the correct answer.

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    The war of 1812 was fought between Britain and the US largely over the issues of trade and impressiveness. Though the war ended in a relative draw, it demonstrated America's willingness to defend its interests militarily, earning the young nation newfound respect from European powers. The war was fought from 1812 to 1814 on land in North America and at sea. The British soldiers were engaged in fight with the Napoleon in Europe so Britain took services of Canadian militia. This war is also called "The Forgotten War". Apart from the trade disagreements, this war was also fought for deciding how much role US would have in its foreign Affairs.
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