In the American Revolution war, the Americans defeated the British and formed independent states in thirteen colonies. The first modern constitution, liberal democracy formed when Americans gained Independence from the British Crown and established the United States of America.
The Colonial Legislature governed Britain’s American colonies that enjoyed a high level of autonomy in their internal affairs. According to Stamp Act 1765, which is a reason for colonial protest, several colonies of representatives met and urged internal taxes on the colonies.
What was the American Revolution
The American Revolution was a U.S. war of Independence, and the disputes happened between 1775 and 1783. It is also an ideological and political revolution. In the American Revolution war, the Americans defeated the British and formed independent states in thirteen colonies.
The British sought to maintain great control over colonial affairs after a long period of statutory neglect, involving the imposition of taxes that had provided to growing estrangement between a large, influential segment of colonists and the Crown.
Beginning of American Revolution
The American Revolution began with the battle between the British regulars and American provincial in April 1775. Firstly it takes place in Lexington, where a British force of 700 overlooks local minutemen 77.
The British had approached concord to take the military stores of the colonists. Because of the efficient lines of communication warned of the raid. Then, at concord Americans counterforce of approx 400 sent the British scurrying.
Cause of American Revolution
The main cause of the American Revolution was the colonial opposition of the British to rule over the colonies and make them reimburse the Crown for its defence throughout the war of Indians and French.
The British urged taxes and a series of unpopular laws such as the stamp Act in 1765, the sugar Act in 1764, the worst the intolerable Act in 1774 and many more of these types of irrelevant taxes.
End of the American Revolution
At the end of the American Revolution, Washington was waiting for the British to resume the hostilities after Yorktown. In 1782-83, the French army and navy perished, and Americans were on their own.