What country of origin was Kazimierz Pulaski?
He was a great Pole. His homeland was Poland.
Kazimierz Pułaski He was a Polish soldier and military commander who fought in the American Revolution under the command of George Washington. Pulaski was a noted cavalryman and played a large role in training Revolutionary troops, with Congress naming him "Commander of the Horse". He was, however, infamous for his arrogance, and demanded that his only superior be the commanding general.
benardo de galvez was one indivitual that was a key ally to the patriots.indivitual foreigners also fought for the patriots. they gave the patroits money also tadusz kosciuszko and kazimierz Pulaski came to America from Poland kosciuszko brought army engineering skills to the war effort and pulaski helped train calavry units
Yes they did. Tadeusz Kosciuszko and Kazimierz Pulaski both helped in the revolutionary war. Kosciuszko was a civil engineer, who planned defenses for forts, and retreats. He was very close with Thomas Jefferson and Washington. He also helped in saving Washington's life. Pulaski was an expert Calvary man. He is known as the 'Father of American Calvary'. He later died in battle. He mainly trained men, despite knowing very little English.