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    The American Revolutionary War is a conflict that happened when USAball broke off from UKball. It is known as the " Vietnam of the UK" or "American Relevance War" by UKballs.


    In 1756, Franceball built some forts in a British zone in North America, Great Britain was not happy, and so they sent a Lieutenant Colonel called George Washington there with Troops and Natives, after the attack Franceball declared war, starting the Seven Years War, Franceball lost the war, and Great Britainball won, and negotiated peace with France .


    Even though Great Britainball won the war, they came out of it broke, they told Thirteen Coloniesball to pay the debt, when they refused, Great Britainball taxed them with acts like the Sugar act in 1764 and Stamp Act a year later, the colonists were not happy, and made fiery speeches, boycotted British goods and treated loyalists to the British as criminals, because of it, Great Britainball was forced to repeal the stamp act, they then tried taxing them again but failed.


    Great Britainball sent 1,000 troops to Boston, and tensions between Great Britainball and Thirteen Coloniesball were higher than ever before, in March 5th, Rebels started harrasing a British soldier, more rebels joined in while more troops helped the British soldier, the British Soldiers fired at the rebels, causing the Boston Massacre, in 1773 Thirteen Coloniesball dressed up as Natives, climbed on a British boat, and dumped nearly 10,000 pounds of tea into the water below, Great Britainball sent 3,000 troops to occupy Boston, The Colonies called the first continental congress, after debate, Minutemen across Thirteen Coloniesball started arming and waiting for the start of the revolutionary war, Great Britainball set out to Concord but was stopped at Lexington by rebel advance, Thirteen Coloniesball were forced to retreat back to Concord, but then pushed the British all the way back to Boston and then laid siege, Thirteen Coloniesball set out to Fort Ticonderoga, then the Thirteen Coloniesball picked their commander in chief as George Washington (now rebel), Great Britainball then burned Falmouth and Norfolk, Thirteen Coloniesball then invaded Quebecball and took Montreal but failed to take Quebec City and were forced to enter back into its own clay, Great Britainball then was forced to retreat outside of Boston into the atlantic (first rebel victory).

    Full Revolutionary War(1776-1781)

    Thirteen Coloniesball declared independence becoming USAball, USAball crossed the delaware and defeated Hesse-Kasselball, USAball then went to Franceball's clay to make her join the war, USAball won at Saratoga which made Franceball join the war on the side of USA, Prussiaball trained the USAball to be a full fighting force, and in 1778 forced Great Britainball out of Philadelphia and chased them to New York , Netherlandsball sent aid to USAball and in 1779 Spainball joined the war on the USAball's side, and finally in 1781 Great Britainball lost at Yorktown and finally surrendered.


    After it was over, the Treaty of Paris was signed between USAball and Great Britainball.

    After the victory, USAball became fully independent and recognized... But it was just a weak, irrelevant and underveloped new independent countryball in a giant world, so USAball started a long and hard journey to become the super power that it is today.



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