The initial British plan to win the war against the American colonists was proposed by General Howe, who took control of the British forces after the Battle of Bunker Hill. The British would march north up the Hudson River Valley and join forces with the British army moving south out of Montreal. This would isolate New England from the rest of the colonies and with the support of the British navy, Massachusetts could be invaded and subdued from the West. If the Americans did not surrender, the British army would then turn south through New York. The British also relied on help from foreign mercenaries, Hessians, to win the war. These were professional soldiers hired to fight in the colonies. In the South, the British also expected help from the large number of Loyalists in that area. MrV
In the American revolution where did the British surrender?
The British army sought to fight the Continental Army in a decisive battle, while the Americans hoped to wear the British down with small skirmishes.
who was the british monarch at the time of the american revolution
The American revolution was between the british and the Americans.
the American colonists won the American Revolution
who participated in the American revolution? Mostly the British and American Colonists
King George III was the British monarch during the American Revolution.
The British and us the Americans were involved in the American Revolution.
The American Revolution was America's fight for independence against the British.
There were many British leaders during the American Revolution, but the main leader was the British king - King George III.
The Americans won the American Revolution.
King George III is the British leader during The American Revolution.
well,they were much more familiar with the land they were fighting the british on,and successfully used guerrilla tactics.this involved a hit-and-run strategy,instead of head-to-head battle.
If you were a Patriot in the American Revolution you were an American against the British.
I know one strategy was GUERRILLA WARFARE.
Compare the strenghts and weaknesses of the British and Americans entering the American Revolution
The British plan for victory was to quell the rebellion, because that is all they saw the American Revolution as.
King George the 3rd was king, and he sent his British troops out to war in the American Revolution.
The British had erectile disfunction
In 1781, the British General Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, Virginia. He surrendered 8,000 soldiers to American forces. This brought the American Revolution to an end.
Many British Loyalists became instant Canadians after the American Revolution.