the USA didn't want to enter the war as they thought it was a war to be fought by Europe and didn't want to be involved in it.But as they did in ww2 supplied Britan with food, ammunition and weapon's. a German submarine sank a large American vessel this entering them into ww1.
on the last days of ww1 the American general and commander of his forces did not want to end it with both armies agreeing terms he wanted to defeat them in the streets of Berlin effectively creating an unconditional surrender. he said that if we don't we will just have to fight another war like this and 20 years later World War 2
Jefferson needed to send a declaration of independence to the British so that they would understand the motivations for the Revolutionary War the two nations were about to be engaged in.
Historians have identified various factors that contributed to the migration of an estimated 12,000 Voortrekkers to the future Natal, Orange Free State and Transvaal regions. The primary motivations included discontent with the British rule:Anglicisation policiesrestrictive laws on slavery and its eventual abolitionarrangements to compensate former slave ownersthe perceived indifference of British authorities to border conflicts along the Cape Colony's eastern frontier.
The decision that was not made was to have war with the British.
They were loyal to the British crown.
List five reasons a person in the British North American colonies might have had remaining loyal to Britain
The Commonwealth of Nations, and a few small remaining British Overseas Territories, which are former Colonies.
They had to decide o which would bring them freedom sooner,- independence, or a British victory. They though the British were going to win
Lack of representation in the British Parliament. The eventual outcome was the American Revolution in which North America gained independence from the tyrannical British.
There is only one Magna Carta and it is in the British Museum in London.
The British were more experienced, had a better army and navy, and were the most dominant in the world
Tradition. The majority of British citizens approve of remaining a Monarchy.
The Eleventh Hour - 1962 The Only Remaining Copy Is in the British Museum 2-20 was released on: USA: 12 February 1964
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They decieded to retreat
the british didnt have an choice other than to grant indias wish for freedom.
it was a good decicion, but the colonists blocked the british from going to sea so it was a two way win
Consult the local British embassy there for advisement
They were victims of British impressment (forced into the British army) when trading overseas, and the harassment they faced while remaining neutral was the cause of the war.
The British government was not consulted.
Of course, he and all of the British had the NAZIs to contend with. If you look closely you will see numerous parallels in his stories to the rise of fascism and its eventual defeat.
Gerald Fowler has written: 'Decision-making in British education' -- subject(s): Decision making, School management and organization
Cornwallis's decision of going to chesapeake bay was a fatal mistake. Washington had a golden oppurtunity to trap the british on the peninsula