War of 1812 200th Anniversary Ceremony
A ceremony was held to launch the international bicentennial commemoration of the declaration of war against Great Britain signed by… read more
A ceremony was held to launch the international bicentennial commemoration of the declaration of war against Great Britain signed by President Madison on June 18, 1812.
President Obama, British Prime Minister Cameron, and Canadian Prime Minister Harper participated by pre-recorded video messages.
“200th Anniversary Ceremony: From Enemies to Allies” was held at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, as part of the week-long Star-Spangled Sailabration, a partnership including the City of Baltimore, State of Maryland, and the United States Navy. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Stephen Harper Prime Minister Canada->Conservative Party
- Raymond E. Mabus Jr. Secretary U.S. Navy
- Barbara A. Mikulski U.S. Senator [D] Maryland
- Martin J. O'Malley Governor Maryland
- Barack Obama U.S. President United States
- Bob Schieffer Chief Correspondent CBS->Washington Bureau
- Peter John Westmacott Ambassador United Kingdom->United States
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