Span:January 13, 1844-November 21, 1844
Location: Western English Imperium, Southern English Imperium, Mexica
Outcome: Treaty of Mexica City, English troops leave Mexica, English Imperials annex Florida.
Belligerents: Side 1: English Imperium, French Empire Side 2: Mexica
Strength: Side 1: 8000 Troops Side 2: 6000 Troops
Casualties: Side 1: 7100 Troops and Civilians, Side 2: 8900 Troops and Civilians
Having just attained independence from Spain in the 1830's, Mexico was fraught with internal struggles that verged on war with other countries. However, it was relatively united in refusing to recognize the English annexation of the Mexican province of Tejas. Mexico threatened war with the English Imperial government if it annexed Tejas. Meanwhile, English Ambassador Davis spirit of to re-annex conquered territory by the Mexicans was focusing imperial interest on westward expansion.