History’s most unlikely conflicts: horses vs. ships, Manuel Noriega vs. The Clash, a jet fighter vs. a New Jersey intermediate school, and that time the Irish invaded Canada.
In 1866 Irish republicans from New York invaded Canada.
In 1795 a fleet of Dutch warships was captured, supposedly by French cavalry.
In 2004 a jet fighter on a training mission accidentally strafed a New Jersey intermediate school.
Manuel Noriega, the CIA-funded dictator of Panama, was driven out of his sanctuary by The Clash’s I Fought the Law.