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1803:British began impressing American sailors and forcing them to fight for the British. This angers the U.S.
1806: American ship Chesapeake is fired on by British ship Leopard intentionally
1807: Thomas Jeffrson passes the Embargo on Great Britain, this did not turn out well and was discontinued during 1809.
In June of 1812, James Madison gathers up enough courage to declare war on Great Britain. Opponents in Baltimore rioted in protest for the war.
In 1814, the British take over the white house, and burned it to ashes. President James Madison was forced to retreat.
1815: U.S. general Andrew Jackson led there army to a victory. His forces defeated British naval and infantry forcesonce and for all.
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