Britain had no allies.
They traded with the colonies and fought on their side during the Revolutionary War against Britain.
King George III was the monarch of Great Britain during the Revolutionary War.
Great Britain, or the British Empire.
Technically, Britain ruled the nation during the revolutionary war, but since the colonies were fighting against Britain, i guess the nation wasn't being ruled by anyone.
The American colonies revolted against the British crown.
I would be a Patriot of Revolutionary. First, you lived among Patriots. Second, Britain had little control in the colonies.
A person who wanted the colonies to remain part of the British Empire The word loyalist means that American colonist the have stayed loyal to the British. This was during the Revolutionary War.
Because the British armed them :)
King George III and British Parliament were in control of Great Britain during the American Revolutionary war.
because the british were controlling them and they did not like it
A person who wanted to free American colonies from British rule
A person who wanted the colonies to remain part of the British empire
A person who wanted the colonies to remain part of the british empire
Great Brittan did not want to lose the colonies it had claimed.
The Declaration of Independence was written during the Revolutionary War and listed the reasons the thirteen colonies should no longer be part of the British Empire. Its author was Thomas Jefferson.
Great Britain did not have as many people in the colonies during the Revolutionary War, they did not have control over the people. This was because they were overseas, and had to travel by boat to send more infantry.
The people who wanted to remain loyal to Great Britain in the days of the colonies were called Loyalists. They did not participate in armed comabat with the revolutionary armies.
Prior to the Revolutionary War, the east coast of what is now the U.S. was a collection of British colonies. When the Colonies got together and declared their independence from Great Britain, the British did not recognize the independence of the United States, and they attacked. When, under the command of Gen. George Washington, the U.S. Army defended against the British, the Revolutionary War was under way.
"Taxation without representation!" was a slogan used by the American colonies leading up to and during the Revolutionary War for independence from Great Britain. Though the colonies had to pay taxes to Great Britain, they were not allowed to choose their own colonial representatives to the British Parliament.
There were 13 colonies during the Revolutionary War. After the Revolutionary War, they became the original 13 United States of America.
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During the American Revolutionary War, people opposed to the independence of the thirteen colonies were called loyalists. meaning loyal to Great Britain and King George.