The great offensive
The Final Battle
On December 22 the coalition army cornered Edwards army in the Finnish town of Helsinki Alexander ordered the artillery to bombard Edwards camp. Edwards army was weary and was outnumbered by the coalition army. Edward ordered his cavalry to charge the coalition lines but the unit was too small and was cut down before they could get near the coalition's lines. When General Andrew Jackson ordered the line infantry to charge the British lines it resulted in a huge bloody close quarter combat fight. Andrew then ordered the artillery to fire on the remaining British line infantry. Edward, hoping to boost morale, led a final charge against the coalition army but was shot in the leg and his army surrendered thus ending all British resistance in the Russian empire.
King George and other British diplomats met in Moscow to discuss the terms of surrender the treaty states.
- The British empire will no longer sell any opium in Eastern Europe.
- The British will cede Hong Kong to the Franco/American Union.
- Must pay reparations to Russia.
The British had no other choice but to accept the terms of surrender the war also left the British army in shambles and caused the British colonies to revolt in Britain's moment of weakness unable to put down the rebellions the colonies got their independence thus causing the British empire to collapse.