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Fighting

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naomi tinio

on 10 March 2015

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Transcript of Fighting

Fact and opinion
Phase 4
The War Of Independence
Conclusion
Fighting
For FREEDOM
* The war started of as an argument between most of the states part of the U.S.A. for the people in the states to have rights such as rights for men women and children.


* The war on Independence plays such an important in American population ideology that references to it are especially prone to exaggeration and oversimplification.
Revolutionary War
* And two uncomfortable truths about it - the fact that it was a civil war ( perhaps 100,000 loyalist fled abroad at its end ), and that it was also a world war ( the American's could scarcely have won without French help) - are often forgotten.
*Here, however, i have done my best to describe this long this long and complex war in terms that people will find readily comprehensible , but that avoid some of the Hollywood - style simplifications inaccuracies that have gained so much currency over the years.
*In one sense it was always a war between cousins, and the tangled history of the ''special relationships '' between Britain and America, as well as the notion of the unbreakable connections between both, bear witness to a link that at one time was very close indeed.
* The war often known in Europe as the Seven Years War was known in North America as the French and Indian war.
* It involved several countries, with France and Britain on opposing sides, and North America was one of its many theaters of operations .
*It was ended by the 1763 treaty of Paris, by
Myths And Legends
* We think we know the Revolutionary War. After all, the American Revolution and the war that accompanied it not only determined the nation we would become but also continue to define who we are.
*The Declaration of Independence, the Midnight ride, Valley Forge-the whole glorious chronicle
Compare and Contrast
By Naomi T.
Why it started
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