British Army: Advantages and Disadvantages

British Army: Advantages and Disadvantages
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  • Large Number of Troops 
  • So where is the rest of our soldiers at? 
  • Plenty of Resources 
  • Hmm... which uniform out of the 20 I have should I wear? They all look alike, but some look more new. This is difficult.
  • Well-trained Army/Navy
  • We surrender! 
  • I know it won't be the first time.
  • We are totally going to win this.
  • The British consisted of 50,000 British Troops as well as 30,000 hired mercenaries called Hessians...
  • Lack of Patriotism 
  • I should of stayed home. 
  • We want freedom!
  •  British soldiers rarely lacked food, weapons, uniforms, or gunpowder.
  • Distance between America and Britain 
  • Almost there! :/
  • The British army had been around for hundreds of years, therefore they were well-trained, excelled in large battles, and had far more experience then their American counterparts. 
  • War in a foreign Region 
  • I am confused.
  • So where are the Americans? 
  • We are lost! 
  • A few British soldiers volunteered to fight the war against America, the soldiers that volunteered  just did it for the king  because they had not particular interest in the war.
  • Is this worth the money? 
  • Lets just win this and leave already. 
  • Shoot!!
  • We won't give up!
  • The distance between Britain and America presented a problem for timely shipments, and news of battles arrived in England long after they occurred, making planning very difficult. 
  • Being in a foreign land presented problems for the british. Their generals were unsure of strategic locations, and the British soldier were unaware of town layouts, hills, mountains, and valleys.
  • What do we do now? 
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