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Revolutionary War - Advantages & Disadvantages

Answers are: British Advantages, British Disadvantages, American Advantages, or American Disadvantages
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British Disadvantages
3,000 miles from home, poor communication with leaders and supply lines
British Disadvantages
America was unfamiliar territory for them and it was large so it was difficult to conquer and to hold territory
American Disadvantages
Constant shortage of money, weapons, food, clothing, and medicine
British Disadvantages
Country had been at war for many years and citizens were tired of war and taxes for war
American Advantages
Desire to win, fighting for their own cause
British Advantages
Experienced soldiers and military leaders
British Advantages
Had a lot of wealth so they could buy supplies and hire soldiers
American Advantages
Had a Militia with fighting styles of hiding behind rocks and trees
American Disadvantages
Had very few ships
American Disadvantages
Inexperienced soldiers, most were farmers
American Advantages
Knew the land, shortcuts, problem areas, where to hide
British Advantages
Many Colonist were still loyal to Britain
American Disadvantages
Neighbors were fighting against neighbors in some circumstances
British Advantages
Outnumbered the Americans in most battles
American Advantages
Outstanding leadership of George Washington
American Advantages
Reason to Fight - for their home, state, and to defend their family
British Disadvantages
Red uniforms and style of fighting made them easy targets
British Disadvantages
Soldiers fighting for a King, not their own cause
British Advantages
They were the strongest army and navy in the world