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Learn about US history via this useful American Revolution War guide with access to simple, clear and easy to read articles about American War for Independence, the Road to Revolution, Revolutionary Battles, the Continental Army, Revolutionary War Timeline, Facts about the Revolutionary War, American Revolutionary Soldiers, Redcoats and the Hessians. The famous conflicts of the war including those at Concord, Lexington, Bunker Hill, Quebec and Yorktown.

The Revolutionary War
The American War for Independence started on April 18, 1775 when Gen. Thomas Gage sent British troops marching from Boston towards Concord to seize weapons and gunpowder.

Their attempt to destroy the munitions brought on the Battle of Lexington and the Battle of Concord starting the War for Independence. Gen. Gage also ordered the arrest of the patriots John Hancock and Samuel Adams but they were alerted to the threat by Paul Revere and his famous midnight ride. The American War for Independence. The British officially declared an end to hostilities in America on February 4, 1783 and the Peace Treaty of Paris 1783 was signed by the United States and Great Britain on September 3, 1783.

American Revolution War - Revolutionary Battles
The Revolutionary Battles article details the history, facts and information about the Revolutionary War with the important  conflicts, battles, key dates and years via our Revolutionary Battles Timeline. The conflicts and Battles that occurred during the 1775 Revolutionary Battles include the the first battle of the Revolutionary War at Lexington, Concord and the Battle of Bunker Hill. Learn about the advantages of the British and the advantages of the Americans.

Road to Revolution
The Road to Revolution provides facts and information about the injustices and events that led the American colonists down the Road to Revolution and independence from the British.

The Battle of Lexington
The Battle of Lexington took place on Wednesday, April 19, 1775. The conflict at Lexington Green in 1775 started the American Revolution and the "shot heard round the world." The battlefield was located in the village of Lexington in Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay.

American Revolution War - Continental Army
The Continental Army was formed because at the outbreak of the Revolutionary war meant that the Continental Congress needed to organize an armed force of soldiers as quickly as possible to fight against the British. The Continental Army had many great Leaders including George Washington, Nathanael Greene, John Stark, Benedict Arnold, Daniel Morgan and Anthony Wayne.

American Revolution War - Revolutionary War Timeline
The Revolutionary War Timeline containing details of famous events and famous people who feature strongly in the history of America in this comprehensive Revolutionary War Timeline.

American Revolution War - Facts about Revolutionary War
The Facts about Revolutionary War provides interesting info about the names of the major battles fought in the Revolutionary War and the leaders.

American Revolution War - American Revolutionary Soldiers
The were 36 major battles in the war but the smaller conflicts and skirmishes took the number to over 100. A total of 35,000 American Revolutionary Soldiers served in the Continental Army backed by 44,500 militia. 25,000 men died during the war. Learn about all of the different uniforms by the different soldiers.

American Revolution War - Weapons of Revolutionary War
The Weapons of Revolutionary War consisted of a variety of different weapons used by the Americans including muskets, pistols, rifles, knives, bayonets, tomahawks, axes, swords, sabres, pole arms and cannon.

American Revolution War - The Revolutionaries: Leaders and Military Commanders
The Revolutionaries: The Leaders and Military Commanders in the Continental Congress initiated plans to develop an American Army which they called the Continental Army. George Washington was the Commander-in-Chief of the army other Revolutionary leaders included Nathanael Greene, John Stark, Benedict Arnold, Daniel Morgan and Anthony Wayne.

American Revolution War - Causes of American Revolutionary War
This article details just under 40 Causes of American Revolutionary War. Much 'boiled' down to money. The British wanted to make as much money as possible out of the 13 Colonies. the British Laws were used like a 'one-way street' - the Acts of Parliament benefited the British but not the colonies and the Americans were not afforded the same rights as the British people, nor did they have any representatives in the British Parliament to present their points of view.

American Revolution War - Redcoats
The Redcoats was the name given to British soldiers and were so-called because of their red coats and uniforms that were worn by the majority of British regiments.

American Revolution War - Battle of Bunker Hill
The Battle of Bunker Hill took place on June 17, 1775 at Charlestown, Massachusetts and was the first important battle of the American War of Independence. It was an engagement during the 11 month Siege of Boston that ended in victory for the British.

American Revolution War - Battle of Quebec
The Battle of Quebec took place on Sunday, December 31, 1775. The battlefield was located in the Province of Quebec and ended in victory for the British.

American Revolution War - Battle of White Plains
The Battle of White Plains took place on Monday, October 28, 1776 in White Plains, New York.

American Revolution War - Battle of Trenton
The Battle of Trenton was located in Trenton, New Jersey and ended in victory for the Americans.

American Revolution War - Battle of Yorktown
The Battle of Yorktown was located in Yorktown, Virginia and ended in victory for the American colonists. On October 19, 1781, the British laid down their arms and surrendered and the American Revolution war was virtually over.

American Revolution War - Peace Treaty of Paris 1783
The Peace Treaty of Paris 1783 formally ended the American Revolution War for Independence.

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