[2016] logan ray: Phoenix Liberty Festival 2016

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[2016] logan ray: Phoenix Liberty Festival 2016

Phoenix Liberty FestivalFebruary 26, 2016

Americans

Battle

Chocolate

Year

Yanks

British Campthe british soldeirs wore tall red hates so the enemy will through it at thet and it alerts them to move out of the way.

Yankee Doodle Dandyhe said that you have to be very loyal to the king.to provethat you were loyal you had to fight in the war

American Soldiers (above)I learned that they have to line up during war.Marines (below)This marine told us that they had to be loyal to their king.

Historic ChocolateAfter the Boston Tea Party, Americans started to drink chocolate instead of teathey would do that becausethe chocolate would hype them up for theire war if they are about to go in war,you never know when they could be creeping up on you to kill you

Your text hereRevolutionary War" redirects here. For other uses, see Revolutionary War (disambiguation).This article is about military actions only. For political and social developments, including the origins and aftermath of the war, see American Revolution.American Revolutionary WarAmericanRevolutionaryWarMon.jpgClockwise from top left: Surrender of Lord Cornwallis after the Siege of Yorktown, Battle of Trenton, The Death of General Warren at the Battle of Bunker Hill, Battle of Long Island, Battle of Guilford Court HouseDateApril 19, 1775 – May 12, 1784[7](8 years, 8 months and 26 days)Ratification effective: May 12, 1784LocationEastern North America, Gibraltar, Balearic Islands, the Indian subcontinent,parts of Africa and elsewhere;European coastal waters, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic and Indian OceansResultAmerican victoryPeace of ParisBritish recognition of the independence of theUnited States of AmericaEnd of the First British EmpireShattering of the Iroquois ConfederacyTerritorialchangesGreat Britain loses area east of Mississippi River and south of Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River to independent United States and to Spain;Spain gains East Florida, West Florida and Minorca;Great Britain cedes Tobago and Senegal to France.Dutch Republic cedes Negapatnam to Great Britain.Belligerents United Colonies (before 1776) United States (after 1776)Kingdom of France France[1]Spain Spain[2]Native Americans[3]Co-belligerents: Netherlands[4] Mysore[5] Great BritainLoyalistsGerman auxiliaries Hesse-KasselNative Americans[6]Commanders and leadersUnited States George WashingtonUnited States Nathanael GreeneUnited States Horatio GatesKingdom of France Jean-Baptiste de RochambeauKingdom of France François de Grasse (POW)Spain Bernardo de Gálvez...full listKingdom of Great Britain Sir William HoweKingdom of Great Britain Thomas GageKingdom of Great Britain Sir Henry ClintonKingdom of Great Britain Lord Cornwallis (POW)Kingdom of Great Britain John Burgoyne (POW)Kingdom of Great Britain Richard Howe...full listStrengthUnited States:40,000 (Average)[8]5,000 Continental Navy sailors (at height in 1779)[9]no ships of the line53 other ships (active at some point during the war)[9]Allies:12,000 French (in America)63,000 French and Spanish (at Gibraltar)146 ships of the line (active 1782)[10]Native Allies: UnknownGreat Britain:39,000 (Average)[8]7,500 (at Gibraltar)94 ships of the line (active 1782)[10]171,000 Sailors[11]Loyalist forces:19,000 (total number that served)[12]German auxiliaries:30,000 (total number that served)[13]Native Allies: 13,000[14]Casualties and lossesUnited States:6,824 killed in battle25,000–70,000 dead from all causes[8][15]Overall casualties up to 50,000[16]France: 10,000 battle deaths (75% at sea) Spain: 5,000 killedNetherlands: 500 killed[17]Great Britain:4,000 army troops killed in battle27,000 army troops died of disease[8][18]1,243 navy killed in battle, 42,000 deserted, 18,500 died from disease (1776–1780)[19]At least 51,000 dead from all causesGermans: 1,800 killed in battle7,774 dead from all causes[8][show] v t eAmericanRevolutionary WarCampaigns and theatersThe American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), also known as the American War of Independence[20] and the Revolutionary War in the United States, was the armed conflict between Great Britain and thirteen of its North American colonies, which had declared themselves the independent United States of America.[N 1][21] Early fighting took place primarily on the North American continent.

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