This is often the 1st smooth research to target the British measurement of the yankee Revolution via its entire span from its origins to the announcement of independence in 1776 and its aftermath. it really is written by way of 9 top British and American students who discover many key concerns together with the issues governing the yank colonies, Britain's diplomatic isolation in Europe over the battle, the effect of the yankee concern on eire and the results for Britain of the lack of the United States.

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