Is it true that in the only battle between America and Canada that Canada won ?

Well American Revolutionary forces against the Canadian British colony forces that is. During the American War of Independence the Canadian British colony was invaded but they beat off the Americans. To quote the person who told me about it in a previous question, "it successfully fought off an invasion by American forces".

Asked By: Phil A - 1/18/2011
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If the british lost both wars why did the americans sign the treaty of ghent? To get back the tens of thousands of acres of land lost to the brits... Both sides lost territory and both sides won and lost battes in the wars. The treaty of ghent freed all prisoners of war and British canadian territory was returned as... More
Answered By: The One - 1/18/2011
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Answered By: Ger Gi - 1/18/2011
"they beat off the Americans." Sorry i normally don't troll, but poor choice of words.. lmao
Answered By: Kaleb Eberhart - 1/18/2011
No. Its not true. 1) As you already mentioned, it was still British forces since Canada was not a country. 2) It happened twice, again in the War of 1812, again it was British Forces though. Also of note, the British lost both of the wars.
Answered By: mnbvcxz52773 - 1/18/2011
Hey...if I attack will you beat me off too?
Answered By: redleg_army - 1/18/2011
nope canada wasnt its own country at that point, it was a british colony... More
Answered By: alexander m - 1/18/2011
The British colony of Canada was invaded by the US, the British successfully defended Canada, then invaded the US. The war ended with the successful defence of New Orleans...if that sounds like an American victory to you, you must have gone to American public school.
Answered By: Bradley245 - 1/18/2011
Nope. The British kicked our a*s for them. For all those Brits getting way too anti-American. It's a QUESTION; sheesh. Go drink some tea and babble about how great you think you are.
Answered By: Future Sailor - 1/18/2011
The War of 1812 is probably best described as a tactical draw and a strategic victory of the US... More
Answered By: SEWalk - 1/18/2011
@mnb They were still Canadian regardless, so technically it was the Canadian British who won.
Answered By: Canuck - 1/18/2011
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