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Colonists Won the War more than the British Lost It

Summary: Some historians argue that the British lost the Revolutionary War more than the Colonists won it. That's because the the British had overwhelming wealth, numbers of soldiers and naval power. But the colonists had the military genius of George Washington on their side and the soldiers were patriots willing to die for their country. The colonists had more to gain from the war then the British had to lose.
Was the American Victory Really a David vs. Goliath Story?

Historians may argue that the British lost the war more than the Colonists won it. Simply looking at the statistics of the British three to one ratio over the colonists, and their overwhelming wealth and naval power, it is virtually impossible to believe that the Americans came out victorious. During this war, the newly emerging colonists proved to the rest of the world that they were becoming an upcoming world power. Although unknown at the time, Washington would prove to be a military genius. This would benefit the colonists in many ways. The colonists, although only one-third of them were pro-war, were patriots who were willing to die for their country. The colonists had more to gain from the war then the British had to lose, thus creating more of an incentive to win. The colonists also had...

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