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The Battles for New Orleans

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Perhaps Americans fight best when they are outnumbered and have their backs to the wall. That was true on the frosty morning of January 8th, 1815, when a motley crew of 4350 badly armed Americans under Andrew Jackson faced 8000 magnificently trained British troops, veteran seamen, and marines led by the fearless General Pakenham...

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