Revolutionary War Essay

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  • The Revolutionary War : The Causes Of The Revolutionary War

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    The Revolutionary War started in April of 1775, with the battles at Lexington and Concord. This war would mark the beginnings of the United States as a nation, fighting against the most powerful fighting force at the time, the British Army and Navy. This conflict would go on for a brutal 6 years until the final British surrender at Yorktown on October 17, 1781. In the end, both sides have lost tens of thousands of men, but how did it all start? The Conflict has its star with the rising tensions between

  • The Revolutionary War

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    times leading up to the Revolutionary War. These times include: Navigation Act, French and Indian War, Sugar Act, The stamp Act, Boston Massacre, Townsend Act, The Boston Tea Party, and the Intolerable Acts. All of these events are important in leading to the Revolutionary War. This essay will go into detail about the events leading up to the Revolutionary War. Starting with, the Navigation Act. The Navigation Act was the first event leading up to the Revolutionary War. The Navigation Act is where

  • The Revolutionary War

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    Running head: Paine Thomas Paine’s Role in the Revolutionary War Dallin Hodgkin Mountain View High School Paine What sparks a revolution? What motivates the average man to rise up against everything he’s ever known? There have been many revolutions that have taken place in the past and each one has had different elements that powered them. The revolutionary war is an example of one such revolution. But what gave it power? There are two main ideas that start revolutions

  • Revolutionary War

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    Revolutionary War Taylor Hunter ENG/101 October 26, 2014 The battle of Trenton and Princeton began to erupt in the same year of the Revolutionary War. The Revolutionary War had started because the Americans wanted the same rights the as the British citizens had. The British refused to give Americans the same rights because they (British) didn’t think the Americans shouldn’t be represented as a part of the British Parliament, instead their (British) minds were more focused on building

  • The War Of The Revolutionary War

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    In battling the British in the Revolutionary War, the American rebels did just as the great French military and political leader, Napoleon Bonaparte advised, “Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake”. Though there were a great deal of missed opportunities and misguided actions taken by both sides of this war, none were as great as those by the ministers in London and British Generals Howe and Burgoyne. However, of these three, one held a great deal of responsibility for Britain’s failure

  • The War Of The Revolutionary War

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    subject to learn about in History is spies. With the ideas of secret ink and leaving important documents at Dead Drops would be someone’s dream to live. That does not mean that every story of a spy ended up that way. Several spies during the Revolutionary war were hanged if caught. Though, one major traitor in the United States did not get hanged. He escaped to England. The life of spies is quite different then what people imagine. Even the founding fathers of the United States of America played such

  • Revolutionary Artillery in the Revolutionary War Essay

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    overcome adversity and hardship. But with courage and dedication the artillery and its leadership were able to play a vital role in the success on the battlefields, and ultimately the victory resulting in America earning its freedom. During the Revolutionary War, the Artillery assets that were available were a combination of cannons, mortars and howitzers. There were two types of cannons used at this time. The Field Guns, which were lightweight and easier to move, and the Siege Guns, which were much

  • The Revolutionary War And The War Of Independence

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    The Revolutionary war another name for the war of independence and lasted from 1775 and ended 1783. There was a lot of tension between the 13 colonies and the British Monarchy. Smaller battles between British troops and smaller militias near Lexington and Concord kicked off the war. And by 1777 the rebels began a full scale war on Great Britain. The war turned into an international conflict when France joined the war and sided with the American colonists in 1778. With the help of the French the British

  • The Battle Of The Revolutionary War

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    the start of the Revolutionary War and is now known as the “Shot Heard around the World”. The militiamen returned the volley which devastated the Redcoats. Eight officers were wounded and one British soldier lay dead and another mortally wounded. The Redcoats returned the volley but fired high missing their opportunity to do any damage to the colonists. The colonists knew that was a sign of inexperienced firer’s. As the fighting continued the militiamen

  • Revolutionary War Disadvantages

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    called The Revolutionary War. Through the long hard fought battles, the Americans came out on top, after the Battle of Saratoga, the turnover, the French has joined the Americans in the fight against Britain. Along with the battle, the Americans had faced many hardships throughout the journey of the fight for independence, but at the end, these advantages and disadvantages lead to the outcome of the Revolutionary War. To begin, the Americans were in a good position during the Revolutionary War. To elaborate