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The Revolutionary War: Animated Battle Map

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We at the American Battlefield Trust are re-releasing our Animated Battle Maps with newly branded openings. Enjoy learning about our nation's Revolutionary War against Great Britain, the conflict that gave birth to the United States of America.

Our collection of animated maps bring battles of the American Civil War to life, complete with troop movement animations, narratives, reenactment footage and more.

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For our returning viewers, these are the same productions as before, just with our new American Battlefield Trust opening. We wanted a more cohesive look moving forward as our audience continues to grow. As always we appreciate your support and look forward to continuing to share our passion for American history.

Author β€” American Battlefield Trust

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The French really came through for the colonies

Author β€” M. Ferreira

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Crispus Attucks was our first American to die in the revolution. Rip

Author β€” Mauser 85

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This needs to be mandatory in schools!

Author β€” Chad

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Our forefathers would be ashamed of us now. Happy 4th of July everyone.

Author β€” Germanic Gamer

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My god. They were all over the place. Watching this made it alot easier to understand, rather than reading it on paper. So grateful for my ancestors courage and fortitude. They were the foundation for the Amercian spirit.

Author β€” Charlotte Ruse

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I'm French. Congratulations from your oldest ally. You opened the door to revolution. Thank you.

Author β€” Nedghast Flavien B.

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On a serious note, I have ancestors that were in the Revolutionary War. Garret Serven was a scout with the New York State troops from the beginning to the end of the war. He was 21 when he enlisted. He was assigned to the Highlands of the Hudson where he had been born and raised. He was greatly familiar with the lay of the land. He had had direct contact with General Washington and many of the higher ranked officers in the area. He was my great-great-great-great grandfather. He became a Judge in in Orange County as a Superior Court Judge for the State of New York. He had written a poem about his service during the war and we have copies of it. My grandfather, who had a resemblance to George Washington portrayed him (GW) in what was called the local pageants which were staged at the Hinchcliffe Stadium and at the Dey Manor during the Sesqui-Centennial and Bi-Centennial periods. I really should apply for the Sons of the Revolution.

Author β€” Ernest Paul

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They paid the ultimate sacrifice, RIP to the fallen patriots.

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the ONLY person who could've MAYBE hold the army together if Washington ever fell is Nathaniel Greene, the 2nd most important general of the revolution.

Author β€” Evan Johnson

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No taxation without representation rings true even today.

Author β€” AVERAGEREVOLUTIONARY

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It is rarely mentioned why the English government levied taxes in the 1st place. Paying for the seven years war.

Author β€” Philip Reeves

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And we're going threw another test. Our founding fathers would be turning in their graves, if they could see what is happening right now.

Author β€” Nowhere Man

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The militia headed by Mel Gibson turned the tide of the war when he killed Lucius Malfoy.

Author β€” DevelFyst

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The Green Mountain Boys? Sounds more like a country band than a militia.

Author β€” EDDIE LEAL

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If you are American and have never been to Minuteman National Park you should go. On the southeast side of the Old North Bridge the remains of two British soldiers are interred. There is a headstone there with the inscription "They came three thousand miles and died, To keep the past upon its throne. Unheard beyond the ocean tide, Their English mother made her moan."Β There were three soldiers reported fallen there. Their names were James Hall, Thomas Smith, and Patrick Gray. All three were privates from the 4th Regiment. Two are buried at the bridge, and one in Concord center. These could easily have been American names. It gives you reason to pause and reflect on the fact that these three young men never made it home, and that the Revolutionary War was a family fight much like the Civil War was.

Author β€” Brutus Barnabus

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This is really good! These are the types of things our children need to know!

Author β€” GD Blackthorn

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Great documentary. I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall when Cornwallis finally realizes his reinforcements were not coming.

Author β€” rob13589

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Steuben was a Prussian military officer. "From europe" is a bit funny here... Nearly everyone there involved was from europe by family roots, often their only 2-3 generations ago.

Author β€” M T

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Build more Washington and Jefferson monuments!

Author β€” MyRealNameWontFi