SOME NICKNAMES WERE THE REDCOATS OR LOBSTERBACKS...
During the Revolutionary War the Americans nicknamed the British soldiers 'red-coats'.
Because of their red uniforms, loads of nicknames arose like Redcoats, Lobsterbacks, all kinds of things.
Genral Howe on the British side
The British were well-equipped soldiers and had a large, powerful navy.
If you mean the German soldiers that the British hired, that would be the Hessians. If you're talking about the actual British soldiers, that would be redcoats.
Regulars were British soldiers in the American Revolutionary War.
the british advantages were that they had more soldiers and more money to buy supplies
The British attempted to control the colonists during the revolutionary war by blocking off their harbors, and by quartering soldiers within the colonists' house.
The soldiers were called Yankees (from the name for colonials in general), and Continentals (also the name applied to the first US army). British loyalists considered them rebels or traitors, but the usual term for the Revolutionary fighters is "patriots", because they identified more with their colonial homes than with their British heritage.
no,they had their own captains for it.
The redcoats. The Lobsterbacks.
They wore red coats...
During the Revolutionary War, men were militias formed to work with the Continental Army. They were some of the first to fight in the Revolutionary War. The British soldiers were on the opposite side of the Minutemen, and fought against the colonists getting their liberty
Americans: Continental Army, Patriots, or rebels British: British Navy, lobster backs, or red coats
Which revolutionary war? Germany did not exist as a country during either the American revolution or the British revolution. However during the American revolutionary war, the Brits often hired Hessian mercenaries, who were professional soldiers from a land that would later become part of Germany.
The Minute Men.
By sending Hessian Soldiers to fight with the British But Americans bribed them with promises of Indian land
The Battle of Hobkirk's Hill was a battle near Camden, South Carolina in the Revolutionary War. Hessians were German soldiers who fought for the British during the Revolutionary War.