American History on India and French War and Revolutionary War

American History on India and French War and Revolutionary War

Question one

The war between Indian and French begins in 1754, and it ended in 1763  with the treaty of Paris. At the beginning of the war, the population of French colonialism was 60, 000 while British colonies had two million. European nations hence expanded their fight in 1956 which took two years into French and Indian war, and it was used as an American threat of the worldwide (Hartman, 2019). The term French and Indian war it was mostly used in the United States, and it referred to the two enemies of the British colonists, and European historians refer the name as a seven years war. The war led to the colonial discontent. It also results in the ongoing frontier worry that took place in North America where both British and French. The boundary between the possessions of the French and British was no longer defined. French constructed the number of forts in this region it aims to have strength on the territory the claimed. As a result, the forces of British colonial which were led by Lieutenant colonial George from Washington tried to expel French, and they did not succeed instead French managed to defeat them. The seven years war also brought the resolution in America as well as making Britain attain substantial territorial gains in North America.

The causes of war between the French and Indian war is because the conflicts which were there between the two big empires, that is French and British. As a result, the disputes arise, and the issues could not be easily be solved hence making the war to go up to seven years. Second, the beatification and the construction of the fort on the upper Allegheny river felt that their territories had been stolen which led to the arrival between the troops of  French and those of British. As the war was continuing, the British was doing the campaigns intending to capture more territories, and this act seemed to threaten French. Instead, French won the letter of Braddock which helped French troops to move to the lake of Champlain having in mind that they wanted to block Johnson and immediately stops his plans and the lines of supply information concerning the war( Lluch & Pérez, 2019). However, they captured the army of British had wounded him, this action leads to the withdrawal of the French force where later French they moved to the lake of Champlain to contract and beautify the fort carillon. Finally, the war between the French and British was planned, and so no one was caught unaware that the troops will conduct a war. As the war was ending there was various American revolution that took place such as continental assembly, British winning the battle of Harlem height and the winning of  coastal victory at Guilford court for the war form a  strong courage between the two countries hence making their troops ready  with weapons in case any other war is likely to happen.

Question two

First, the term American resolution means the same as the Revolution. The American Revolution consists of 13 episodes which show the attack of the American Revolution that took place in Boston Massacre during the treaty of the Paris that declared the independence of Americans from Great Britain. It is through the Resolution of American that the ideas of civil right, the system of diverse and the self-government that comes to be known. In the essay, I will focus on the first and the second series of The American revolution( Schulten, 2018). The first series is  Boston Blood Boston and the second one is Rebelling to the revolution. From the first series: There are an argument and the conflict which eventually leads to war. The revolution includes the stamp act, the massacre of Boston, the Boston tea party, the battle between the flexing and Concord. The revolution in this series aims to examine what contributed to the disagreement of the Boston on taxes which later leads to the American revolution. On the second episode about the Rebelling to resolution, here the revolutionaries put down the siege to Boston, according to the information concerning the army of Continental and that of Conscription of the sales from both sides. The revolution looks at the first stages of the war of revolutionary which includes Ethan Allen and the arresting of the Ticonderoga fort, the appointment of the military of the George Washington, the battle of the Bunker Hill, the siege and later evacuating of the British from Boston. It is an assurance that when the war took place, it contributed a lot in the changes of the percentage of the people that lied in the USA and specific to the American army who were fighting to ensure that the revolutionary war does not affect its citizen. The number of people changed to a lesser percentage. For instance, the rate that was faithful to American independence reduced since it had lost trust with the army. The same case happens to the percentage of those people who are loyal to the crown British and to those who are not biased to the United States.

However, during the American Revolution, some of the colonists of America decided to support the war while choose to remain neutral during the period of the war. Those who opposed independence were known as the Loyalist (Turner,2018). There also other people who stayed loyal to the king while others believed in the Patriots. George Washington lead Armies of American towards the win of the innovatory conflict. Although George Washington lost more battle than his winning, he never gave up; instead, he looked for the ways on how to get the victory in his hand. However, George Washington employed the strategies of winning which involved victories signal during the battle of Trenton which took place between 1776 and 1781. In spite of Washington having less practical experience to manage a big army, he still proved to have the capability in leading the American military force during the period of war.







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