The History of the Late War Between the United States and Great Britain: Containing, Also, a Sketch of the Late Algerine War; And the Treaty Concluded (Paperback)

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The History of the Late War Between the United States and Great Britain: Containing, Also, a Sketch of the Late Algerine War; And the Treaty Concluded (Paperback)

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The War of 1812 is regarded by many historians as a second war for independence. The History of the Late War Between the United States and Great Britain gives historical context and explanation for this view, as well as an explanation for how the nations arrived at that point.


Written in the style of the King James Bible by Gilbert Hunt, The History of the Late War was intended to give those who lived through the conflict an understanding of its nature and causes. The style of writing was also intended to inspire the youth of the day to take up their own historical and religious studies. With a unique style of presentation that brings the book's text to biblical proportions, The History of the Late War provides modern readers a window through which to see the early 19th century. For history buffs, the appendices at the end of the text provide real documentation of the period - in the form of treaties and agreements - and give further context to the events.


"It remains only that, faithful to ourselves, entangled in no connections with the views of other powers, and ever ready to accept peace from the hand of justice, we prosecute the war with united counsels and with the ample faculties of the nation until peace be so obtained."

President James Madison speaking on the War of 1812

Product Details ISBN: 9781396321146
ISBN-10: 1396321144
Publisher: Left of Brain Books
Publication Date: September 7th, 2021
Pages: 250
Language: English