TOPIC 3.5 THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1775-1783 LEARNING OBJECTIVE:

TOPIC 3.5 THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1775-1783 LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Explain how various factors contributed to the American victory in the Revolution. THEMATIC FOCUS: Diplomatic, economic,

cultural, and military interactions between empires, nations, and peoples shape the development of America and Americas increasingly important role in the world. THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR Opposing Sides

Great Britain Strengths Population Military might Wealth Weaknesses Inept government leaders Lack of desire to win Necessity of total victory Vast, rural territory to

conquer THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR Opposing Sides American Colonies Strengths Military/diplomatic leadership Defensive war Self-sustaining agricultural base

Weaknesses Poor organization Disunity No constitution Limited supplies THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR Early Campaigns Lexington and Concord British Successes in NY Survival of Washington

Saratoga French alliance Loyalists and Patriots Economic problems Fear of taxation THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR Later Campaigns Valley Forge

Yorktown Reasons for Victory Defensive war in the wilderness Foreign aid Divided public opinion in Britain TREATY OF PARIS Importance of French

Alliance Provisions American boundaries established Loyalists would not be persecuted Debts settled Atlantic fishing rights

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