Why Did England Lose The Revolutionary War
The journey to just reach the colonies was purely exhausting which had created a sense of disinterest and lack of motivation for the British to fight. They lost several supplies on the long trip and the journey often took several weeks so shipment was always delayed. Some soldiers didn’t even survive the trip to the colonies and those who did were not in the mood to actually fight. This turned out to be detrimental toward the English economy.
The Americans were already trained on how to fight from previous wars with the British and Indians in the past which made them a harder target. Not only were they successful in guerilla warfare but they were experienced fighters from wars like the French and Indian war. Some Britains had even admitted that they were far superior in warfare than they assumed. The colonists were much smarter than they had seemed to the British with their grand schemes and master plans of attack. The were well trained and familiar with their environment which proved to be greatly adventurous in their