Válka 1812 - 5 Ws smlouvy Gent

Válka 1812 - 5 Ws smlouvy Gent
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War of 1812 Výuka plánu smlouvy Gent

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  • WHO WAS INVOLVED?
  • WHERE DID THIS HAPPEN?
  • WHEN DID THIS HAPPEN?
  • CHRISTMAS EVE 1814
  • Many major American figures were involved in negotiations at Ghent. John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay were just part of the group of intellectuals who participated. Britain provided representatives as well. Native representation, however, was ignored.
  • The Treaty of Ghent was discussed, revised, and signed in Ghent, Belgium. This was a neutral city for both countries. Negotiations almost occurred in Russia, but this was rejected in favor of Belgium.
  • Talks for peace began in January of 1814. Months of negotiations took place as each country held its position on its goals and aims for the treaty. It would not be until Christmas Eve, 1814, that a finalized treaty would be signed.
  • WHY DID THIS HAPPEN?
  • 5 W's: THE TREATY OF GHENT
  • WHAT DID IT SAY?
  • TREATY OF GHENT U.S. and Great Britain 1814
  • The Treaty of Ghent was signed for several reasons. Obviously, it brought an end to the war, and this was imperative for both countries, as funds and support were low. Secondly, both sides wanted to resume trade and economic friendliness.
  • The Treaty itself was eleven articles long, and ultimately, returned each country its status, possessions, and land just the way it had been before. Essentially, it said nothing was won nor lost, but ended hostilities between the nations.
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