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    The Revolutionary War was terribly hard for the Patriots. They were short on supplies and men. The British were the greatest army in the world at the time. They had all the supplies and the men they needed. The Continental Army couldn't have won without France. They supplied the Rebels with weapons, food, and al the materials they were short on. France even supplied them with men from their own army. In Yorktown, the French blocked the British ships from giving General Cornwallis. It gave the Continental Army a chance to block Cornwallis' escape on the land. They also blocked Cornwallis to escape into the sea. This caused the war to end and the Rebels to win. The Continental Army had a willpower that the British's side didn't have.…

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    French and Indian War Despite what its name claims, the French and Indian War was one of many conflict between Britain and France, specifically over the Ohio River Valley territory. From rich soil to quality trading grounds, the Ohio River Valley was sought out by many groups due to the abundance of benefits. The British and the colonists fought the French and the Native Americans for 7 years (thus, “The Seven Years’ War”). Although the French surrendered and the British gained the land in the…

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    Battle Of Saratoga Essay

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    Saratoga was the turning point in the Revolutionary war because the battle showed that the very small American army could take on the British empire. The battle was a great victory for American Patriots and gave the French allies faith that the American military could defeat the British. The Patriots had gained hope that they could win their independence back and use their intellectual minds to win the war with the French and other European groups allying with them. Saratoga was a major turning…

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    coming your way, you know it’s time to fight and there is no turning back. This is one of the many scenes The Patriot portrays of the Revolutionary War. Although there are a few minor inaccuracies, The Patriot has an accurate portrayal of the military, political, and social aspects of the Revolutionary War. Although there are a few minor inaccuracies, the Patriot has an accurate portrayal of the social, political, and military aspects of the Revolutionary War. In The Patriot, it shows them…

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    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 American revolutionary war was because of the patriots’ diplomatic relations with other countries, the patriots’ military, that knew…

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    control them, however this was all in vain, because in 1775, the American Revolutionary War began. While the winner of the war was obviously known as the Americans, they did not win without serious help from outside sources. The French and the Native Americans both provided this help during the War. The significance of the French and Native American participation in the Revolutionary War can be examined in different ways, such as, the French providing financial help and the Native Americans…

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    American Revolution, The French Revolution, The Haitian Revolution, and the Spanish Revolutions. Klooster provided an introduction to global events leading up to the eighteenth and early nineteenth century Atlantic World revolutions. He then devoted a chapter to each revolution, and in the fifth and final chapter conducted a comparative discussion. Klooster approached the studies with specific ideas in mind; 1) International context was mandatory, 2) They were not inevitable. 3) There was an…

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    The Albany Plan

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    Although the British Army helped remove the French, the American colonists’ most powerful adversary from their land, the British still had plans on controlling the colonies. The British attempted to tighten control of the colonies by limiting how far they were able to settle and raising revenue. These restrictions began to stir a resistance among the American colonists. The Americans desire to revolt and declare themselves as an independent nation in 1776 was impacted by events such as the…

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    “Give me liberty or give me death,” is one of the most famous quotes of the Revolutionary War.Patriot Patrick Henry said those words in 1775, he supported the Revolutionary War and was trying to convince others war was necessary. It worked and the Americans did fight for freedom. The Americans had help to win their freedom in 1783, it was granted to them by the Treaty of Paris of 1783. The Treaty of Paris of 1783 gave the Americans freedom under six conditions, because they and other countries…

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    Patchen Revolutionary War Biography 5th Grade Literacy May 11,2017 Only a couple of people could have claimed that they were a successful British general and one of them is Thomas Gage. Thomas Gage was a successful and skilled British general. In these next paragraphs it is going to talk about his early life, adult life and his contribution to the Revolutionary War and that's why he is a good example of a general . In Thomas Gage’s early life when he was born he was born the 2nd son of…

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