Essay about Revolutionary War
How can a major world power lose a significant war against a country that is less than half of its size, and has a couple thousand soldiers? This question was answered by many historians in the past and almost all of them agreed that England could of easily crushed the America in the American Revolution, but the question still is: why didn't they?
The odds of America wining the Revolutionary war were very slim, almost none. England was a world power, with the best navy at that time, the government was strong and it had an enormous number of soldiers. On the other hand the colonists were fighting for their rights, they were sick of England dictating their lives. They wanted a change, and when the negotiations didn't do any good, the colonists took the law in their own hands and began a rebellion against the England.
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