Smallest sizes are: America - 0 Britan - 4
If a jacket in America is small, in Australia it is considered to be a size 10. Small in the US is size 6.
An Australian size 10 is equivalent to an American size 6 (small).
Napoleon sold it to the United States to prevent Britain from siding with the South. This doubled the size of america.
i heard its smaller then the smallest state in america O_O that's how small it is...
California is just over the size of Great Britain.
America gained independence from Britain on July 4, 1776.
The North Atlantic lies between America and Britain.
Britain never took over South America.
When America beat Great Britain in the American Revolution.
The relationship between Britain and British North America was mostly strained. British North America was bitter about the taxes it had to pay to Britain.
America eventually. But it wasn't one war, and it wasn't just America against Britain, it was France, Spain and America.
Because they were fighting for the land of America but then Britain won at the end.
Britain did not help America win the Revolutionary War.
The Triangular Trade routes were either from Britain to Africa, America to Britain, America to Africa, or other routes that lead to either Africa, America, or Britain
uk size small is it a small in us