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War of 1812 Tactics/Weapons
Transcript of War of 1812 Tactics/Weapons
1 lb. of flour,1 lb. of fresh beef or 9 1/7 oz. of pork,1 3/7 oz. of pork or 6/7 oz. of butter, 3/7 pint of pease,and 1 1/7 oz. of rice Communication At the time of the war of 1812, communication was incredibly slow.
So slow, that sometimes it took a whole year to receive desired pieces
of information. Some of the things they used for communications were:
Letters (delivered by other means)
Ships (ship depended based on information)
Rough message system of "mailmen"
and other crude inefficient means of messaging. In modern days this war is referred to as the,"War of Faulty Communication" Blockading
Using indigenous forces The British Soldier The British soldier was a well trained well disciplined force they were trained not only how to effectively use their muskets. They were also trained to march and fire in unwavering ranks. They were rationed with:
1 lb. of flour,1 lb. of fresh beef or 9 1/7 oz. of pork,1 3/7 oz. of pork or 6/7 oz. of butter, 3/7 pint of pease,and 1 1/7 oz. of rice Musket Ammunition The Ball The Bullet The Cartridge Messaging This has been a prezi by Pierce, Paige, and Max on the war of 1812. Take note that this war was important to America as it proved to other nations' leaders and people (literally) that the U.S. was to be taken seriously. It also let America expand into what it is now. Thanks for watching!!!
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