American Revolutionary War

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  • Reasons For The Battle Of Saratoga

    Up until the 1770’s few Americans were thinking about independence from Britain, and the struggle was framed in the terms of colonial protests seeking redress for grievances( Hugh Dussek). Increasing tension eventually led to the declaration of independence and in turn resulted in the revolutionary war. All of the tension resulted in an overwhelming amount of motivation for the American colonists, they had a reason, an incentive to fight, whereas the British soldiers had little if any motivation…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Second Continental Congress

    The war between Britain and the United States was not an easy battle to win as it had to took many lost to achieve victory.It took the United States many battles with the Brtish to get there independence. Both sides had fought hard and many people had died during the long bloody war. On May 10 1775, the Second Continental Congress that all thirteen colonies assembled was in Philadelphia. They had planned to meet a year ago during the First Continental Congress. During the Second Continental…

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  • Military Conflict In The Revolutionary War

    The Military Conflict of the Revolutionary War During the Revolutionary War, the British and the Americans both had a variety of goals that they wanted to accomplish and implemented a wide range of tactics and strategies in attempt to achieve each of their goals. Although there were a few times during the war where the British probably should have won, ultimately, the Americans triumphed and were able to establish the United States as an independent nation. The Battles of Lexington and…

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  • The Diary Summary Of Joseph Bloomfield

    employment to support the Revolutionary war effort. He left behind two journals that held his first hand experiences of participating in The Revolutionary war and what he encountered being a captain in the barracks during this era. The Journals have been read, edited and published by a Mr Mark E. Lender and James Kirby Martin, these are the pages we have been provided to analysis. The fact that the diarist was a lawyer who left his life to fight in the Revolutionary War is indicative of a…

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  • A Respectable Army Summary

    diary entries and personal letters from the Revolutionary War era.…

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  • Benedict Arnold: Relevant In The American Revolution

    Benedict Arnold “The saddest thing about betrayal is that it never comes from your enemies.” Betrayal happens a lot through history. It happened in the American Revolution by a man named Benedict Arnold. Benedict Arnold betrayed America to help the British. Although Benedict Arnold switched loyalty and is known as a traitor in the American Revolution, his betrayal of the Patriots did not matter in the end. Benedict Arnold a hard life when he was young. Arnold was born in Norwich,…

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  • Breed's Hill: The Battle Of Bunker Hill

    biggest battle in the Revolutionary War, the hype did live up to its potential and brought out the best of their abilities. In the end, the colonists were the true winners of this battle because of their fighting tactics, morale,…

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  • Is John Shy's Chapter The Military Conflict Considered As A Revolutionary War?

    In 1778, the American Revolutionary War was raging in the British Colonies. At this point of the war, the British had failed to accomplish their goal of quickly ending the rebellion and were trying to find a strategy that would defeat the rebel forces. Military historian John Shy describes this period in which the British strategy was changed by breaking up the war into three stages in his “The Military Conflict Considered as a Revolutionary War” chapter of his book A People Numerous and Armed.…

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  • A Narrative Of A Revolutionary Soldier Summary

    The book A Narrative of a Revolutionary Soldier is the memoir of Joseph Plumb Martin and chronicles his thoughts and experiences as a soldier in the American Revolutionary War. His diary was originally published as A Narrative of Some of the Adventures, Dangers and Sufferings of a Revolutionary Soldier, Interspersed with Anecdotes of Incidents that Occurred Within His Own Observation, and later it was better known as Private Yankee Doodle. The book portrays Revolutionary War battles of…

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  • Marquis De Lafayette Research Paper

    two worlds". The reason he was commonly referred to that nickname was the fact that he had bravely fought in the Revolutionary War and rebuilt his home country of France following the French Revolution. If you never read about him before you may not know much about Marquis De Lafayette. Luckily, this essay will go over the early life, role in the American Revolution, and post American Revolution life of Marquis de Lafayette. On September 6, 1757 in the province of Auvergne, France, Marie…

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