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Why did the colonists go to war with England?

The colonists went to war with England for freedom from the Crown's Ruling. That is where the phrase no taxation without representation.


What was the original reason the colonists went to war with england in 1775?

the colonists went to war with Great Britain to protect their rights as English citizens


Why did the Revolutionary War happen?

The people of America were angry. The colonists did not like to pay high taxes to the King of England. They did not pay the taxes. The King of England sent an army to America. The army tried to make the colonists pay the taxes. The colonists wanted to be free from England. They started to fight the soldiers of the English army in 1775. The Americans started a war with England. We call it the Revolutionary War. George Washington was the leader of the American army. France helped the Americans during the War. The Americans won the war in 1783. They were free from England.


What magior events happened in 1675?

The New England colonists went to war with the natives


What are the thirteen colonies?

THE ANSWER- I SEARCHED IT--During the years 1740 to 1770 the tension between England and the 13 colonies grew into a full scale war. Suffering from unjust taxation and tyrannical rule, the colonists tried to change and influence the English policy through repeated petitioning and boycotts. After failing to influence England through peaceful measures, war was the colonists' only option. The 13 colonies were therefore justified in starting a revolt against England. According to England however the colonists were not justified in waging war. England was the mother country and the colonists paid the lowest taxes in the world. Being that the colonists benefited from the French and Indian war, colonial help in paying back the debt was expected. The 13 colonies unnecessarily resorted to violence and propaganda in which a minority of Patriots influenced other colonists to believe in a "New England" problem. Despite England's reasons as to why the 13 colonies were wrong to declare war, the colonists were justified in waging war. The colonists in the Declaration of Independence clearly stated their grievances and case against England, declaring to the world the reasons that caused them to separate and fight to become the United States of America.

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Why did the colonists go to war with England?

The colonists went to war with England for freedom from the Crown's Ruling. That is where the phrase no taxation without representation.


When did the American colonists win the war with England?

revolutiionary war war of 1812


What was the name of the war between the colonists and England?

The American Revolutionary War.


What war were the colonists expected to pay for?

The war between Spain and England


Who was it between in the revolution war?

England and the colonists in America.


Who did the colonists fight for in the Queen Anne's War?

For England.


Which war broke out between the New England colonists and the regions Native Americans in 1675?

The war that broke out between New England colonists and Native Americans was King Philip's War.


How is the French and Indian War related to the colonists desire to become independent from England?

After the French and Indian War, England was in deep financial debt. As a result, the taxes on the colonists of the 13 colonies were increased. However, the taxes in England remained the same. This made many colonists furious. England's excuse was that the war was fought for the colonists, so they should pay for it. As a result, the colonists desired to become independent from Britain.


How did the French and Indian War prepare the colonists for the American Revolution?

I don't know but, i know what causes the war. The England's population and economic pushes toward the France's territory which led to the French and Indian war.


Why during the revolutionary war the colonists wanted independence?

england


What was the original reason the colonists went to war with the England?

the colonists went to war with Great Britain to protect their rights as English citizens


After the French and Indian War what did England try to do to the colonists that made them upset?

England put up taxes to the colonists because King George III needed to pay off some war expenses. The colonists did not want to pay these taxes for they did not to be ruled by England anymore.

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