American And British Redcoats: Chapter Analysis

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The third chapter began to examine the contrasts between the American and British armies. The British Redcoats were very much prepared and experienced, not at all like the American army, and were being ordered by General William Howe, But dissimilar to in the American army were a solder could just climb in the positions taking into account their abilities on the war zone, British soldiers could pay to climb to higher ranks. A major misstep of the British army was that they disparaged the American soldiers so they thought it would be a simple win. Indeed, even their own particular general did not take the war as serious as he ought to have, investing more energy and time in relaxation exercises, for example, watching plays as opposed to conceiving
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