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  • Women in the War
  • Native Americans in the War
  • Africans in the War
  • Some of the women were spies and camp followers. Other women did fundraising to raise money for the war.
  • Foreign-Born Heroes
  • The natives took sides in the war. Some allied with the Americans, some allied with the British and others took no part in the war.
  • Espionage/Intelligence Gathering
  • Guerilla Tactics
  • The Africans joined the war on either side because they were tempted by promises of freedom. Many Africans were unable to obtain freedom despite their services.
  • Weapon/Tactics/Military Life
  • Baron von Stuben teaches  American Soliders.
  • Many generals from other countries were important in the war. Some important generals include Baron  von Stuben and Marquis de Lafayette.
  • Spies used many methods to discover information about the other side, such as ciphers, codes, masked letters and invisible ink.  Some famous spies include Benedict Arnold and Anna Strong.
  • Some weapons of the war included muskets bayonets and cannons. A battle fought in linear tactics are when the battle is fought in a line and a battle fought in guerilla tactics are when there is sneaking and ambushing. The prisoners of war lived in terrible conditions and receive little or no food.
  • Linear Tactics
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