The Indian Independence movement and the American revolution have their similarities and differences. Throughout world history there have been many different revolutions, some being successful and some being total failures, the two I am writing on were successful, and they changed the world as we know it forever.
The American Revolution was much more than a revolt against British taxes and trade regulations. It marked the first time in history that a people fought for their independence in the name of certain universal principles such as rule of law, constitutional rights, and self rule.
The roots of the American Revolution can be traced to the year 1763 when British leaders began to take what ultimately …show more content…
British strategy called for crushing the rebellion in the North, several times the British nearly defeated the Continental Army. But victories at Trenton and Princeton,gave many American Patriots hope, and let to victory at Saratoga, New York.
In 1778, the fighting was relocated to the south part of America. Britain succeeded in taking over Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina and defeating an American army at Camden, S.C. But bands of American colonist disrupted supply lines, and Britain failed to achieve control over the southern America. American and French armies defeated the British at Yorktown in the war 's last major battle.
The American Revolution had epic consequences, not only for the American colonists but for the rest of the world as well. It changed life as we know it, I believe that if the American Revolution had never become, we would most likely still be under British rule.
Indian Independence Movement …show more content…
Natives of India lived in poverty, and wanted change. Being under rule of the British people of india had almost no hope, they had next to no freedom, they were simply out powered. The British leaders or government haad caste systems of India, most people were at the bottom, which caused the revolution. The British soldiers had top of the line weaponry, which the natives did not dare to challenge. Most of India’s people were religious, they followed the religion of Hinduism. People of India were basically the same in term of race, ethnicity, class, and pretty much believed all the same politics, which is the reason why the revolution was a success. They were many things that led up to the revolution happening. People of India were treated like dogs by the British Government and British soldiers, sometimes they would think to themselves that this is just how life is going to be, and some began to accept the ways that India was being ruled. But there was one who believed he could change it all, this man was named Mahatma Gandhi, he was born and raised in a Hindu merchant caste family in the coastal region of Gujarat, western India. Gandhi was not always in India, he was in Europe for a part of his life. After his return to India in 1915, he set about organising peasants, farmers, and urban labourers to protest against excessive land tax and