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    The American colonist rebelled against the British to gain identity as a republican society. Among the colonies raised an issue on who will rule the home font. During the revolutionary war, there was a rebellion against the trade restriction that Britain was imposing on America. Therefore Americans were influenced on Patrick Henry by wanting freedom from the king that was Patrick Henry’s purpose for his speech. The British colonist decided to stay loyal to the king because they thought there was no need to change leaderships. Nevertheless the loyalist were right because there was no need to change leaderships stirring up conflict if the king wasn't really a tyrant like everyone thought he was, because many other colonist did not feel a need…

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    Would you risk your own life to have freedom for everyone? The American Revolutionary War in 1775-1783 was a historic moment in American history. It signaled America’s stand for its freedom from the English monarchy and to retain the rights that has slowly developed upon their stay in the country. Many lives have been sacrificed to have peace with Britain. Although many battles happened throughout the country, several groups, such as the men and the women, aided the American Revolutionary War…

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    The American Revolutionary War of 1775 also known as The War for America in Chapter 7 of “The American Promise” was a war between England and settlers of the thirteen British colonies on the North American continent. The war was the result of the political American Revolution which was triggered by the prosperous goods and natural resources of the territories. In 1775 the colonists overthrew British rule by seizing control of each of the thirteen colonial governments, which obviously wasn’t…

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    “The British armed forces in the American revolutionary war” by David Syrett, touches a broad range of topics. It talks about how we are still finding historical objects and evidence from that era, such as the following. It explains that the study of the American Revolutionary War did not begin until the last decades of the nineteenth century. Laughton had a great impact on the history of the British military during the American Revolutionary war. In the Age of the Cold War, historians…

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    The American colonies, which became the United States, have had prosperity since their inception. However, with time, tensions between sides grew, which eventually culminated in the American Revolutionary and Civil Wars. Both wars were the product of the very prosperity experienced, tensions between, respectively, the colonies and Great Britain as well as the free North and the slave South, with the latter regarding the future of slavery. The significance of the American Revolutionary War stems…

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    Hero: “a person admired for bravery, great deeds, or noble qualities” (“Hero”). Many heros arose and helped others throughout the American Revolutionary War. During the years of this war, 1775-1783, what it means to be a hero became clear. A hero wasn’t someone who was just nice; a hero was someone who is brave,confident, and strong. These people became heroes because of the magnificent things that they did for this country. Three heroes who helped America beat the British were: John Paul…

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    The American Revolution “The American revolution was a beginning, not a consummation.” (wilson) The American revolution was a war fought by the 13 colonies for liberation or freedom. It persisted from 1775-1783. It was over a decade of wars amongst Britain and the 13 colonies. There were numerous battles including the battle of bunker hill, the battle of Lexington and concord and the battle of Brandywine. In which the war ended, we became unified as the united states of America. I think the…

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    Therefore, many colonists began feeling malcontent with the government and took sides either with the loyalists for Britain or the Patriots who wanted independence. The American revolution occurred during 1775-1783, and it started with the Battle of Lexington in April of 1775. The Battle of Lexington was when Paul Revere and the other sons of liberty were warning people “the redcoats are coming.” After the battle the war officially started and dragged on for 8 long years. The victory of the…

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    The American Revolutionary War from 1775-1783 began as a war between Great Britain and the united British colonies in the North American continent through the political, diplomatic, and military successes. Although Great Britain had a well-organized army the Americans believed they would have a strong chance of defeating the British. The British had a great coherent structure of command, but the Americans had difficulties creating a new army during the war of independence. The Americans…

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    The Americans could have lost the Revolutionary War quite easily if not for some essential people. When the Americans started the Revolutionary War, countries were thinking to ally with them to defeat the ultimate superpower, but they didn't act immediately. Once the Americans won a couple of battles they decided to help. Once some countries finally decided to help America, they had a big impact and changed the course of history. They gave America many things that helped them win the war.…

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