How did the French alliance ensure the success of the American Rebellion?
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British success in the French and Indian War -Apex American History 1 The success of the British colonists in the French and Indian war (1754-1763) led to repressive policies against the Native Americans. This conflict presaged the later wars that drove the native tribes from lands sought by European settlers.
The French Revolution was the most violent rebellion in history that began in 1789. The success of the American Revolution led the French to rebel in the hopes of a new government. It was during the time when Louis the XVIII and Marie Antoinette were in power. They were both incompetent and were unable to rule and fix the dire economic issues.
They wanted to form an alliance with France because they knew the French were powerful and the Americans needed help to defeat the British. The Americans also had lack of weapons and with the French on their side they could have weapons and more soldiers. America at the time was weak, and needed some help. The French wanted to help America because of it's rebellion from Britain.
The French word entente means an understanding and comes from the verb entendre, to hear, to understand. This is similar to the idea of a "special relationship" between the UK and the USA; not an alliance but an informal understanding of mutual support. The French word for a formal alliance is . . . alliance.
During the American Revolution, the French finally decided to provide significant help to the American cause after the Battle of Saratoga. Actually consisting of several distinct battles, the Saratoga victory came in 1777 and was followed by a formal American/French alliance along with military and other support from France.
To form a peaceful alliance. is one answer to be sure. However, the main purpose was to profit in trade with the Dutch and British. The Tribal Alliance traded furs for firearms. They later created a formal alliance with the British. Problems developed when that alliance brought them into conflict with the French and their Native American allies. During the American Revolution, two of the six Tribes in the alliance backed the American rebels, while…
During the American Revolution, the English ships blockaded American ports and supported the British military in their efforts to put down the rebellion. French ships were rarely in American waters, but were allied with the American in revolt against England and did no damage to America. They did bring supplies to the Americans, some troops, and participated in the final siege of Yorktown. During the French Revolution, English and French ships were not particularly concerned…