How many countries were involved in the American Revolution?
Five, The U.S., Britain, France, Spain and Holland.
I would also like to add Haiti.
Even though the American Revolutionary War was only from 1775 to 1783, it is said that the American Revolution began in 1754. Throughout that time, there were many important people involved. Some of these were: 2nd President, John Adams; 6th President, John Quincy Adams and his wife Abigail; General Benedict Arnold; American Statesmen, Benjamin Franklin; American Politician and Soldier, John Hancock; 3rd President, Thomas Jefferson; and many, many more!
Many of the ideas in the French Revolution were first expressed in the American Declaration of Independence. The concept of the Committee of Public Safety came from the United States. Many of the ideas in the French Revolution came from Rousseau and Voltaire, especially Rousseau. It has given the two governments a decidedly different outlook. Rousseau has the French government far more involved in the lives of the citizens than the American government.
Robespierre DID support the American revolution. It was partly the American revolution that inspired him. Many French soldiers also fought in the American revolution. As for why; Robespierre belived that everyone should be equal and have rights, including the people in America. He always had his client's (for he was a lawyer) human rights as his best interests, so he belived strongly in the American revolution.
both the Irish and french revolutions were inspired by the American revolution. after the American revolution,many french soldiers and generals,eg Marquis de lafyette,who had fought for France alongside the American colonists brought the idea back to France,and after that,the Irish heard of it and were influenced greatly by American ideas