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On his own initiative, Trist offered an indemnity of $15 million, judging that this would gain acceptance for the treaty among those who felt that the United States had already paid enough in "blood and treasure." Trist asking Mexico for peaceAfter reaching agreement on all these issues, Trist drew up an English-language draft of the treaty and Cuevas translated it into Spanish, preserving the idiom and thought rather than the literal meaning. Finally, on 2 February 1 1848, the Mexican representatives met Trist in the Villa of Guadalupe Hidalgo, across from the shrine of the patron saint of Mexico. They signed the treaty and then celebrated a mass together at the basilica.
War's End The Treaty of Guadalupe HidalgoTreaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
why people want to keep on saying that the U.S. took the land without paying just shows that they know nothing of the treaty signed at the end of the war in Mexico City.
Thanks for showing your true colors here.
how old are like 10, i'm done with you, you putin fan boy.
anytime someone shows you your wrong about something
originally posted by: Raven95
What NATO is doing is a provocation if it wasn't a provocation why is NATO asking Canada to send its military then?
. How long till detering becomes an invasion of Russia?