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what two battles proved the american and their alies could beat the british and thieir alies.
to Europe, the Caribbean
what were the strengths and weaknesses of the british and continental army
they have 2000 troop sat one time and place
what were the main reason afican american had for the joining the continental army
...so they can be free
brought the french in as an ally?
American Revolutionary War
what part of the country did a lot of guerills warfare take french waiting
... We consider that the Cuban Revolution contributed three fundamental lessons to the conduct of revolutionary movements in America. They are:
1. Popular forces can win a war against the army.
2. It is not necessary to wait until all conditions for making revolution exist; the insurrection can create them.
3. In underdeveloped America the countryside is the basic area for armed fighting.
after 1776 what was generl washington's basic military strategy
...On this day in 1776, General George Washington writes to Major General Charles Lee that the Continental Army's situation had deteriorated due to an outbreak of smallpox and problems with desertion. Washington feared that the superior British navy might blockade New York, thus isolating the city from communications with other states.
list the provisiions of the treaty paris
...Definition: Treaty that officially ended the Revolutionary War on September 3, 1783. It was signed in Paris by Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and John Jay. Under the terms of the treaty, Britain recognized the independent nation of the United States of America. Britain agreed to remove all of its troops from the new nation. The treaty also set new borders for the United States, including all land from the Great Lakes on the
what was Americas weaknesses
short of men and guns
why did the French join the Americans?
they hated the British
what were British weakness
short of men and bad leadership
what was the problem with Burgoyne's plan?
it wasn't an easy route and general Howe marched to Philadelphia not Albany
what happened on October 19 1781
Cornwallis surrenders in Yorktown
how many Americans were killed in combat
Washington changed his strategy to what
he changed to defensive to tire them out
how many men did Washington take in the victory at Trenton
why did farmers sell their goods to the British
because they paid in gold coins instead of paper money
how many troops surrounded the British in Yorktown
where did the loyalists go when the left the us
why did the British change its strategy during the war to go south
they hoped loyalists would join the fight with them
what was the turning point of the war
the Burgoyne's surrender
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