British Advantages and American Advantages during Revolutionary War

British Advantages and American Advantages during Revolutionary War
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  • Well trained and populous
  • Large naval militia
  • Adequately supplied
  • The British military had many troops that were well trained.
  • Familiar with the land
  • The British's vast navy not only gave them a tactical advantage over overseas, but it also allowed them to transport supplies from all over the world (e.g. The Triangular Trade).
  • Determined to fight
  • The British had a globally known and well-established military, which subsequently meant that they were prepared with an adequate amount of supplies and weaponry to take on any competition who challenged their authority.
  • French Alliance
  • The colonists were fighting on their own land which means they could navigate better than the British.
  • The British soldiers were fighting because it was their job, but the colonists were fighting for the freedom of their country and its people.
  • Benjamin Franklin, Arthur Lee, and Silas Deane signed the Franco-American Treaty with Conrad Alexandre Gérard on February 6th, 1778. The French aided the Colonists in their battle against the British.
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