Napoleon Series Archive 2009

Re: Influence of sea power on French Revn. & Empir

Errr...the USA has never tried to be a dominante land power?

I wager that native Americans, Canadians, Mexicans, Nicaraguans and a host of others sharing the Western Hemisphere in the 19th century might have a rather different perspective, as indeed would all those United States citizens who dedicated themselves to, or adopted the persepective of, "manifest destiny".

:D

Cheers - Howie

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One could argue against that Don
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