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  • (diff | hist) . . War of 1812‎; 16:50 . . (0). .Display name 99 (talk | contribs)(Negotiations and peace)
  • (diff | hist) . . War of 1812‎; 00:55 . . (-115). .The Soldier of Peace (talk | contribs)(Removed statement that New England officials "bitterly disputed the numbers of US sailors... impressed". I have never read any U.S. disputing impressment; this statement was unsourced and appears to be a complete fabrication. Plz source this if accurate.) (Tag: Visual edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . War of 1812‎; 00:47 . . (-36). .The Soldier of Peace (talk | contribs)(I have not found any evidence that the Era of Good Feelings was related to the invasion of Canada, rather the "restoring American honour" is referencing honor lost following the destruction of the U.S. capital and the British blockade/invasions.) (Tag: Visual edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . War of 1812‎; 00:40 . . (+12). .The Soldier of Peace (talk | contribs)(Reverted subject title from "The Napoleonic Wars" back to "Impressment and Naval actions, as the content exclusively relates to those subjects. "The Napoleonic Wars" is too broad and misleading to be an appropriate subject title.) (Tag: Visual edit)

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