King Of Britten

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The Declaration of Independence was written on July 4, 1776 and declared the Thirteen Colonies Free states from the mighty power of Great Britten. Although it was a very bold and daring act from such a new and meagre country it would prove to become one of the world’s super powers.
In 1776 the country of Great Britten was one of the world’s largest countries and also one of the most advanced and commanding ones. Its land armies journeyed throughout Europe and their navies were the prevalent and most feared ships that controlled the seas. The King of Britten was a tyrant who would manipulate the laws of the land so that they would work in his favor. The people of the country had unjust trials that were run by the people who were specifically placed there by the King to ensure it would go his way. The King abused his power and authority and those who had a problem with it would be locked away or executed. “He is at this time transporting large Armies of foreign Mercenaries to complete the works of death, desolation and tyranny, already begun with circumstances of Cruelty & perfidy scarcely paralleled in the most barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the Head of a civilized nation (The Declaration of Independence).” During this time the leaders of the thirteen colonies knew that detaching from Great Britten would result into conflict so they also attempted to be able
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That every man is born with certain rights that cannot be taken away by one another and to show that they are ready to endure the hardship for the right to practice their beliefs. So they created the Declaration of Independence to show just that, so everyone knew that they are no longer under British control. Signed by fifty six members of the thirteen colonies this document described the King’s unmerited acts in which he puts encumbrance and destitution onto those who he looks
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