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Old 07-21-2012, 01:40 PM   #25
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Default Re: founding fathers or traitors?

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Originally Posted by Tommy_Vercetti View Post
And you have got to be kidding yourself if you think it wasn't a major incident for the UK. The US colonies were the main concern of Parliament and the King for a decade and the loss of the colonies was to have a huge impact on all aspects of British government and policies.
In the mist of history this is forgotten, move on 100 years and the loss of USA can be seen as a positive. Pesky Americans could have their slave ridden states whilst we tonked Napoleon, conquered Africa, sent our convicts to Aussie, Built Atlantis and brought the world Economy. Curse the Germans for ruining it all.
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