Military History essay

British had colonized a vast number of countries in the world, black and white nations alike. America was not exceptional. America was colonized in the 18th century and the war for its liberation then started . The war brought different treatment attitude by the state after independence. The war fare against the Native Americans and that towards the British origins was actually discriminatory. This article presents the difference between the warfare for the Native Americans and the British by the Americans during the entire period.

The Native American suffered considerably during the war period of 1800- 1830 compared to the British American despite them being their initial country’s colonizers. The Native Americans were removed from their lands especially in the south eastern parts of the United States a scheme largely seen as the use of the country’s laws to intimidate its own citizen. The Native Americans were actually treated to slavery subjections through injustices where the people were rendered homeless. The Americans formed the anti- Indian lobby which was instrumental in pushing for the federal government to evict the Native Americans mainly composed of the red Indians from the lands east of river Mississippi. The government under the leadership of President Andrew Jackson subjected to this pressure by effecting the requirements into the American laws. Under the president’s command, troops seized large acres of land from the Native Americans in 1813. The natives could not ownership of lands through title deeds despite being the legitimate owners.

The slavery treatment was however contrary to what the British Americans enjoyed. Other than occupying high ranks in the leadership positions these category of individuals enjoyed much of the privileges from the state.  Much of the land acquired through the war was awarded to the British Americans.   

Military History essay

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