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Why was there no clear winner in the War of 1812?


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2011-06-05 11:11:40
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Because there were many battles during the war, going by the saying: "We've won the battle, but not the war," both British North America (BNA) (Canada) and the Americans won battles, but since there was no major battle with a definite winner, and only many small battles which they had their share of winning, there was no clear winner.

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