Why the colonists won the American Revolution?
1.) The Americans motivaton for fighting was much stronger than that of the British, since their army was defending their homeland.
2.) The overconfident British generals made several mistakes.
3.) Third, time itself was on the side of Americans.
4.) finally the Americans did not fight alone, Louis XVI of France had little sympathy for the ideals of the American revolution. However he wanted to weaken his rival. So France joined forces with the Americans
Before and during the American Revolution, those American colonists who were determined to fight the British until independence was won were known as Patriots. By contrast, the Loyalists were those colonists who remained loyal to the British Crown, while quite a number of other colonists did not take sides in the conflict.
America was first discovered by Europeans in the 1600s, and they (primarily England) began to populate the country with colonists. These colonists eventually decided to separate from England, and the American Revolution resulted. The colonists won the Revolution, and the United States of America was formed.
At first the American Colonists wanted their freedom and independence from England. Then, after the Colonists won the Battle of Saratoga, France joined them and helped them to defeat the British. The victory of the Colonists was one of the factors that led the French people to revolt and against their king, and led to many other revolutions against monarchies and other rulers.