A full list of U.S. war crimes

Only in the years 1661-1774 from Africa to the United States was imported about one million slaves alive, and more than nine million have died on the way. Income from the operation of slave traders in the prices of the XVIII century was not less than $ 2 billion, at the time an astronomical figure.

1622. American War begins with the first attack on the Indians in 1622 in Jamestown, however, followed the war with the Indians, algokinami in New England in 1635-1636. and the war in 1675-1676 gg., which ended in the destruction of nearly half of the towns in Massachusetts. Other wars and skirmishes with the Indians continued until 1900 Total Americans killed around 100 million Indians, which is lets talk about this genocide, significantly exceeding the mass murder of Jews by Hitler (4 — 6 million victims).

From 1689 to 1763, were held four major imperial war involving them in England and its North American colonies, as well as the French, Spanish and Dutch empires. From 1641 to 1759, there was a 40 and 18 riots internal conflicts among the settlers, five of them have risen to the level of rebellion. In 1776 began the war for independence that ended in 1783. The second war against England in the years 1812-1815. strengthen independence, while 40 wars with the Indians from 1622 to 1900 ended with the addition of millions of acres of land.

1792 — Americans fight off the Indians Kentucky
1796 — Americans fight off the Indians Tennessee

1797 — a cooling of relations with France after the USS Delaware attacking a civilian ship Croyable; naval clashes continue until the year 1800.

1800 — slave revolt led by Gabriel Prosser in Virginia. About a thousand people were hanged, including the very Prosser. Slaves themselves did not kill a single person.

1803 — Americans fight off the Indians Ohio

1803 — Louisiana. In 1800, Spain by a secret treaty gave France until 1763 former French colony of Louisiana, instead of the Spanish king Charles IV took Napoleon's commitment to give his son in law in the kingdom of Italy. French troops have been unable to take Louisiana where they settled to the Americans.

1805 — 1815 — United States waged the first war in Africa — on its Mediterranean coast. By this time, traders Amerikaskoy republic had developed considerable trade with the Ottoman Empire, there buying opium costs $ 3 per pound and selling it to the Chinese port of Canton (Guangzhou) to 7 — $ 10. Lots of opium came to pass as Americans in Indonesia and India. In the first third of the 19th century. USA made from the Turkish sultan of the same rights and privileges to trade in the Ottoman Empire, as well as at the European powers: Britain, Russia and France. Subsequently, the United States went to Britain in the fight for control of the opium markets the eastern Mediterranean. In a series of wars by 1815, the U.S. imposed onerous treaties and North African countries have provided their large merchant receipts. Later, in the 30-ies., The United States tried to obtain from the Kingdom of Naples in the transfer of property as a base area of Syracuse, though these have been unsuccessful harassment.

1806 — U.S. invasion attempt in Rio Grande, ie the territory that belonged to Spain. The leader of the American captain Z. Pike was caught by the Spanish, then the intervention failed.

1810 — Louisiana Governor Kleyrborn invaded by order of the President of the United States in West Florida belonged to Spain. The Spaniards retreated without a fight, the area came America.

1811 — slave rebellion led by Charles (names slaves often were not given, it does not give their dogs). 500 slaves headed to New Orleans, clearing the way for his fellow-sufferers. American troops killed on the spot or later hanged almost all participants in the uprising.

1812 — 1814 — War with England. The Invasion of Canada. "I'm on fire would not only connect south Florida, but also Canada (Upper and Lower) to the North of our country," — said one of the members of the House of Representatives, Felix Grundy. "The Creator of the world has defined our border in the south of the Gulf of Mexico, and in the north — the area of eternal cold," echoed another senator Harper. Soon after coming up huge fleet of England forced the Yankees to leave Canada. In 1814, England even managed to destroy many of the government buildings in Washington, DC.

1812 — U.S. President Madison ordered General George Matthews occupy part of Spanish Florida — Amelia Island and some other areas. Matthews showed with this unprecedented atrocity that the president tried to subsequently disown this enterprise.

1813 — U.S. troops captured without a fight Spanish Bay Mobile, Spanish soldiers surrendering. In addition, the Americans occupied the Marquesas Islands, the occupation lasted until 1814.

1814 — Raid American General Andrew Jackson in Spanish Florida, where he occupied Pensacola.

1816 — U.S. forces attack on Fort Nichols in Spanish Florida. Fort did not belong to the Spaniards, and runaway slaves and Seminole Indians, which were destroyed in the amount of 270.

1817 — 1819 — U.S. began to carry on with weakened by the loss of a number of colonies of Spain talks to buy East Florida. January 6, 1818, General Andrew Jackson, who had a huge plantations, in a letter to President George Monroe proposed a draft capture Florida, promising to implement it within 60 days. Soon, without waiting for the completion of negotiations with Spain and without obtaining her consent, U.S. forces led by General Jackson crossed the southern border of the United States and took possession of Florida. The pretext for the invasion of Florida was the persecution of the Seminole Indian tribe, which gave shelter to fleeing from plantations of Negro slaves (two Seminole Indian Chiefs and the cries of Gen. Jackson deceit lured the American gunboat, hung out the English flag, and then brutally executed.) The real reason for the American invasion was to capture the planters of the South USA fertile land in Florida, which was disclosed in the debate in Congress in January 1819, after the report of the representative of the military commission Johnson about the war in Florida.

1824 — Invasion of two hundred Americans, led by David Porter in the Puerto Rican town of Fajardo. Occasion: shortly before this there was someone insulted American officers. City officials were forced to officially apologize for the bad behavior of its inhabitants.

1824 — the landing of American troops in Cuba, who was then a Spanish colony.

1831 — slave revolt in Virginia led by Nat Turner priest. 80 slaves killed their slave owners and members of their families (60 people), after which the rebellion was suppressed. In addition, the slave owners decided to pay a "preemptive strike" to prevent more uprisings — they have killed hundreds of innocent slaves in nearby regions.

1833 — invasion of Argentina, where at that time there was an uprising.

1835 — Mexico. U.S. sought to seize the territory of Mexico, used her unstable political situation. Having started from the early 20's. the colonization of Texas, in 1835, they inspired the rebellion of Texas colonists who soon declared the separation of Texas from Mexico and declared his "independence."

1835 — the invasion of Peru, where at that time there were strong excitement of the people.

1836 — yet another invasion of Peru.

1840 — Invasion of Americans in Fiji, was destroyed several villages.

1841 — after the assassination of an American on the island of Drummond (then called on-in Upolu), the Americans destroyed many villages there.

1842 — a unique case. A T. Jones somehow imagines that America is at war with Mexico, and he fell with his troops on the Monterey Peninsula in California. Finding that there is no war, he withdrew.

1843 — U.S. invasion of China

1844 — another invasion of China, the suppression of the anti-imperialist uprising

1846 — Mexicans have been wronged because of the loss of Texas, whose residents decided to join the United States in 1845. Border disputes and disagreement increased financial stress. Many Americans believe that the U.S. is "destined to" stretch across the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. Since Mexico does not want to sell the area, some U.S. leaders wanted to grab her — U.S. President James Polk (Polk) sent troops to Texas in the spring of 1846. The next two years fighting took place in Mexico, Texas, California and New Mexico. U.S. armed forces were better trained, had more new weapons, and more effective leadership, Mexico defeated. At the beginning of 1847, California was under the control of the United States. In September, Mexico City fell under the attacks of the U.S. Army. 2nd February 1848 the United States and Mexico signed a peace agreement. In this treaty Mexico agreed to sell U.S. $ 15 million in the territory of 500,000 square miles.

1846 — aggression against the New Granada (Colombia)

1849 — U.S. Navy close to Smyrna, to force the Austrian authorities to release arrested American.

1849 — shelling of Indochina.

1851 — American troops land on the island of Johanna, so to punish the local authorities for the arrest of the captain of an American ship.

1852 — U.S. invasion of Argentina during the popular uprising.

1852 — Japan. Anseyskie contracts — unequal treaties concluded in the 1854-1858 U.S. and other powers with Japan in the years Ansei [official name's reign (1854-60) Emperor Komei]. A. d put an end to more than two centuries of Japanese isolation from the outside world. In 1852, the U.S. government sent a squadron to Japan M. Perry, who at gunpoint has made the conclusion March 31, 1854 in Kanagawa first US-Japan treaty opened for American ships ports of Shimoda and Hakodate without the right to trade. October 14, 1854 Japan was signed a similar treaty with England, February 7, 1855 — with Russia. Who arrived in Japan in 1856 by the American Consul General T. Harris with threats and blackmail has made the conclusion June 17, 1857 a new, more lucrative contract for the U.S., and a year later, July 29, 1858 — bonded for Japan trade agreement. Following the model of the US-Japan trade agreement in 1858 signed contracts with Russia (19 August 1858), Britain (26 August 1858) and France (9 October 1858). A set of free trade on the foreign merchants with Japan and included it in the world market, given foreigners the right of extraterritoriality and consular jurisdiction, deprived Japan Customs Authority, imposed a low import duty.

1853 — 1856 — Anglo-American invasion of China, where they were beaten by armed conflicts currently favorable terms of trade.

1853 — invasion of Argentina and Nicaragua during the civil unrest.

1853 — A U.S. military ship coming to Japan to get it to open its ports to international trade.

1854 — Americans destroyed the Nicaraguan town of San Juan del Norte (Greytown), so they avenged the insult to the American.

1854 — United States made an attempt to capture the Hawaiian Islands. Capture Tiger Island in the Isthmus of Panama.

1855 — Nicaragua has invaded a detachment of Americans under the leadership of William Walker. With the support of his government, he declared himself president of Nicaragua in 1856. American adventurer sought to join Central America to the United States and turn it into a base for American slavery planters. However, the combined armies of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras ousted Walker of Nicaragua. Later, he was captured and executed in Honduras.

1855 — Invasion of Americans in Fiji and Uruguay.

1856 — Invasion of Panama. Given the enormous role of the Isthmus of Panama, the United Kingdom and the United States fought for the possession of them, or at least to control it. Britain, which owned a number of islands in the Caribbean, as well as part of the Mosquito Coast, sought to maintain its influence in Central America. United States in 1846 forced the New Granada treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation, in which they pledged to guarantee the sovereignty of New Granada over the Isthmus of Panama and at the same time it gained equal rights to use any route across the isthmus and the concession to build a railroad through it. The railway, the construction of which was completed in 1855, brought the U.S. strengthen U.S. influence in the Isthmus of Panama. Using the 1846 treaty, the United States systematically intervene in the internal affairs of New Granada, has repeatedly resorted to direct military intervention (1856, 1860, etc.). Treaties between the United States and Britain — the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty (1850) and the Treaty Hay-Paunsfota (1901) have further strengthened the position of the USA in New Granada.

1857 — Two invasion of Nicaragua.

1858 — intervention in Fiji, which was carried out punitive operation for killing two Americans.

1858 — invasion of Uruguay.

1859 — Japanese attack on Fort Taku.

1859 — invasion of Angola during the civil unrest.

1860 — Invasion of Panama.

1861 — 1865 — Civil war. Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina seceded from the rest of the state and declared itself an independent state. North invades ostensibly to free the slaves. In fact, it was, as always, the money — basically, quarreled over the terms of trade with England. In addition, there were forces which have prevented the disintegration of the country into a number of small but very separatist colonies.

1862 — the expulsion of all Jews from Tennessee, with the confiscation of property.

1863 — a punitive expedition to Shimonoseki (Japan), where "insulted the American flag."

1864 — military expedition to Japan to knock himself favorable terms of trade.

1865 — Paraguay. Uruguay with unlimited military aid to the United States, Britain, France, etc. Paraguay invaded and destroyed 85% of the population of this rich country then. Since then, Paraguay was not up. The monstrous massacre openly paid for by the international banking house of Rothschild, which is closely associated with the famous British bank "Baring Brothers" and other financial institutions, which has traditionally played a leading role tribesmen Rothschild. Special cynicism genocide gave that he was held under the slogan of the liberation of the Paraguayan people from the yoke of dictatorship and restore democracy in the country. After loosing half of the country has become a bloodless pathetic Anglo-American semi-colony, known today as one of the world's lowest standards of living, rampant drug mafia, a huge foreign debt, police terror and corruption of officials. The peasants land was taken away, giving her a handful of landowners who came in the train of the invaders. Subsequently, they have created a batch of "Colorado" is still ruling the country for the sake of the dollar and Uncle Sam. Democracy triumphed.

1865 — introduction of troops into Panama during the coup.

1866 — unprovoked attack on Mexico

1866 — Punitive Expedition to China for the attack on the American consul.

1867 — Punitive Expedition to China for the murder of several American sailors.

1867 — the attack on the Islands Midvey.

1868 — multiple invasion of Japan during the Japanese civil war.

1868 — invasion of Uruguay, and Colombia.

1874 — the invasion of China and Hawaii.

1876 — invasion of Mexico.

1878 — the attack on the Islands of Samoa.

1882 — the invasion of Egypt.

1888 — the attack on Korea.

1889 — a punitive expedition to Hawaii.

1890 — introduction of U.S. troops in Haiti.

1890 — Argentina. We introduce troops to protect the interests of Buenos AIRES.

1891 — Chile. Clashes U.S. forces with the rebels.

1891 — Haiti. The suppression of the revolt of black workers on the island of Navassa, which, according to U.S. statements belonged to the U.S..

1893 — introduction of troops in Hawaii, the invasion of China.

1894 — Nicaragua. During the month of troops occupy Blyufildz.

1894 — 1896 — the invasion of Korea.

1894 — 1895 — China. U.S. troops are involved in the Sino-Japanese War.

1895 — Panama. U.S. troops invade the Colombian province.

1896 — Nicaragua. U.S. troops invaded in Corinto.

1898 — Spanish-American War. U.S. troops fight off the Philippines from Spain, killed 600,000 Filipinos. U.S. President William McKinley declared that God commanded him to take the Philippine Islands, in order to pay their inhabitants to Christianity and bring them to civilization. McKinley said he spoke with the Lord when at midnight walking along one of the corridors of the White House. Interestingly excuse used by America to start this war: February 15, 1898, an explosion occurred on the battleship "Maine", he sank, killing 266 crew members. The U.S. government immediately blamed Spain. After 100 years, the ship lifted, we have found that the ship was blown up from the inside. It is possible that America has decided not to wait for an occasion to attack Spain and decided to speed things up by sacrificing a few hundred lives. Cuba discourage Spain, and since there is an American military base. The one on which there is a torture for all the famous world of terrorists at Guantanamo. 1898.06.22 — During the war, the Spanish-American War in Cuba landed U.S. troops, backed by Cuban guerrillas, leading to the 1895 struggle against the Spanish colonizers. 1898.12 — U.S. forces have begun operations "pacification" of Cuban insurgents, not laid down their arms. 1901.05.20 — reached the end of the U.S. military command in Cuba. However, U.S. troops remain on the island. Approved a new constitution for Cuba, according to which the United States have special rights in this country. In fact, over Cuba устанавливаетсяпротекторат USA. With the assistance of the propertied classes of the U.S. capital actively instilled in the Cuban economy. In December. 1901, the first presidential election in which President became associated with the ruling circles of the USA T. Estrada Palma. May 20, 1902 was officially proclaimed the establishment of the Cuban Republic in Havana raised the national flag (instead of the U.S. flag), the evacuation of American troops. America has reserved the right to intervene in Cuba's internal affairs. 1898 — Puerto Rico, Guam and discourage Spain.

1898 — U.S. forces invade the port of San Juan Affairs Sur in Nicaragua.

1898 — Hawaii. The islands of American troops.

1899 — 1901 — The US-Philippine War

1899 — Nicaragua. U.S. troops invade the port Blyufildz.


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