What is the importance of the Victory at the Battles of Saratoga?
Why is Valley Forge important? What happened there?
Who is Thomas Paine, what did he do?
After the battle of Saratoga, the French joined the Americans to fight the British and eventually won.
How was foreign aid helpful? Who contributed?
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It is important because at valley forge a lot of soldiers were killed. Washington got 8 days of food instead of 8 months, so a lot of people died of starvation. Also, it was freezing and they didn't have the best clothes so some people would die from the cold.
How did the war affect families?
He delivered the words that would salvage the revolution. Washington commanded that the pamphlet be read aloud to his dispirited men.
How were Loyalists treated in the colonies? Do you think this was the right thing to do? Why or why not?
Get out of here loyalist!!!
there were people that helped train soldiers and people that gave America money. There was Fredric von Steuben, Juan de Miralles, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, and many more.
wives of soldiers had to take care of families by themselves, and they had to take care of the farm or business. Children had to make do without a father.
The loyalists were shunned, some were victims of violence, and sometimes they even get executed.