American Revolutionary War

American Revolutionary War
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  • Fighting on Their Own Ground
  • Let's ambush the British!
  • Patriotism
  • Strong Commander
  • One of the Soldiers greatest advantages is fighting on their home ground. This allows the troops to know where everything is, and to navigate throught the woods and swamps. They have pathways that the British don't know about that can help ambush them.
  • Troops were Out Numbered
  • Patriotism has helped the Americans throughout the war. Many European countries supported the colonist by providing supplies such as weapons military leaders and solidiers. American Colonists helped make clothes for the soldiers.
  • Shortage of Supplies
  • George Washington was the commander of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. He was determined to lead the Continental Army to victory. He was chosen to be the Commander because of his experience.
  • Untrained and Unorganized
  • The American troops were greatly outnumbered during the revolution. George Washington only had 20,000 troops stationed to fight. The British Army had at least 50,000 soldiers fighting against the colonists.
  • The Americans greatest weakness is not having enough of supplies to last them throughout the winter. Guns and gun powder were extremely hard to get during the war. Food, uniforms, and clothing were very hard to find, also.
  • Very few colonists were trained to fight agaisnt the British. The Americans were afraid to fight against the British when faced against them. Many of the colonists could fire behind trees and bushes.
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