Horse & Musket: Tides of Revolution (IV)

Horse & Musket: Tides of Revolution (IV)
After the Seven Years’ War, the forces of revolt and revolution gathered strength. First there were protests in the 13 American colonies as well as a minor rebellion in Louisiana, and a short but sharp guerilla war in Corsica. The great powers though continued on, making a few concessions but assuming their power was unbroken. Then came Lexington, where British regulars and American militia traded shots. In the end, the British lost the American colonies, but avoided losing territory to France and Spain. France, having bankrupted itself aiding the Americans, underwent a revolution that is often considered the dawn of the modern age.

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Battle of Borgo

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Virtuti Militari
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Archduke Charles Ascendant
Battle of Wurzburg

It's a fine fox hunt, boys!
Battle of Princeton

The Sullivan Expedition
Battle of Newtown

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Battle of Fleurus (1794)

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Battle of Caldiero (1796)

Another such would have ruined us.
Battle of Bunker Hill
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