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What were the results of the British invasions in Washington, D.C, and Baltimore?

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    What does your book say?

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    Well, they lit some fires in Washington, the White House and Capitol included, but were driven off by a thunderstorm.
    The greatest result of their attack on Baltimore was the composition of the Star Spangled Banner.

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    actually ms.sue this question is form a study guide my teacher gave us for preparation for our test. all it talks about is Andrew Jackson defeating the British in New Orleans...

    thanks

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    Damon gave you a good answer.

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