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Was the American revolution a British loss or an American Victory? More of a British loss, because of thier govermental, milatiristic, and economic blunders
The American Revolution was more of a loss for England than it was a victory for the Americans. Britain started a chain of events that resulted in the Declaration of Independence long before independence was an option. The colonists were able to take advantage of England's economic, governmental, and military blunders. Because of these mistakes, the "victory" for colonists in the Revolutionary War was actually more of a loss for England.
A main reason why this viewpoint can be taken is because of all the power that England lost due to the colonies gaining independence. Having America u…
- Events Leading to the American Revolution
- Mercantilism, the Great Awakening, and the French and Indian War, laid sufficient soil to the American revolution
- Was the American revolution a British loss or an American Victory? More of a British loss, because of thier govermental, milatiristic, and economic blunders
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