Britain in WW2
Why did colonies secede from Britain?
Did the states that seceded have the right to do so?
It has been said that history is written by those who win wars. The South lost the Civil War. History says those southern states did not have the right to secede. Did the 13 colonies have the right to declare independence from Britain? Britain lost the American War of Independence. History says the 13 colonies did have the right to declare independence.
Why did the colonies support Britain in world wars?
Why did the american colonies declare inpendence from britain?
Asked in History of the United States
Which of the following would be an example of how Great Britain and its American colonies were interdependent?
Which of the following would be an example of how Great Britain and its American colonies were interdependent? Great Britain sold its raw materials to its colonies in the New World. Great Britain got its manufactured goods from the colonies in North America. The colonies traded raw materials with Great Britain for manufactured goods. The colonies made manufactured goods that were sold around the world.
The colonies won their freedom from what?
If you are speaking on behalf of the original 13 colonies in America, then from Britain. Britain wanted to financially benefit from the existence of the colonies, so Britain taxed the colonies harshly. Obviously, the colonies did not particularly enjoy these taxes and fought to win their independence as a country of it's own.