Why did the British Army burn government buildings in Washington, D.C.?
a) As a response to the killing of an important British general.
b) As a response to the destruction of British ships by the U.S. Navy.
c) To show the Americans that they were under the control of Great Britain and would not need their government buildings anymore.
d) As a response to the destruction of British government buildings in Canada by the U.S. Army.
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D; As a response to the destruction of British government buildings in Canada by the U.S. Army.
I did not see one of these answers but i was also because they lost the battle of Bladensburg (the Americans)