American Revolution (1775-1783)
In 1775, war broke out between the British and the American colonists. By 1776, the colonists had declared themselves independent and in 1783, following a prolonged and bloody war, Britain was forced to recognise the independence...
For military actions, see American Revolutionary War. ... 6.1 Impact on Britain ....
They argued that the colonies were legally British corporations that were ...
The colonists no longer saw each other as rich and poor. All men were respected
but women were still not given new political rights.
This ended the American Revolutionary War, and gave the colonies their
independence from Great Britain. The 13 states were now free to join together
Learn about the impact of the Revolutionary War throughout the world, ... But the
greatest effects were felt within the 13 former colonies of the new United States ...
In this lesson we explore the effects of the American Revolution, which were felt
... able to resume trade with the colonies shortly after the conclusion of the war, ...
The American Revolution is somewhat of an anomaly among wars that involve
the use ... Because this was a full-scale war, massive quantities of supplies were
... Revolution page. Click on any of the causes or effects below to learn more. ...
Mexican-American War · Civil War ... Colonists rebelled and terrorized British tax
collectors. ... Four Bostonians were killed when Redcoats fired into an angry mob.
Britain and the American Revolutionary War. ... Such consequences were
inevitably going to have effects, but historians ... Britain thus relaxed its trade
restrictions on Ireland, to allow them to trade with British colonies and freely
export wool, ...
The Impact of Slavery. ... Societal Impacts of the American Revolution ... By 1788,
at least thirteen of these clubs were known to exist in the American colonies. ... in
America was greatly fostered by the War for American Independence.