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Was it worthwhile for Britain to side with the USA in the Canada-Alaska border dispute?
In 1903 the Canada-Alaska border dispute was decided by a tribunal of 3 American members, 2 Canadian members, and 1 British member. The British member sided with the Americans with the stated goal of ...
Oct 13 '11 at 22:06
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