America is a very strong and determined country, which help them win the Revolutionary War. Washington’s strategy of avoiding large-scale with the royal army made it impossible for the British to deliver a knock-out blow. Only once during the Revolution did an American army surrender to British forces. Also, the guerrilla tactics that Americans had learned during Indian wars proved very effective in fighting the British army. Another reason that helped the U.S. win the Revolutionary War was the intervention of France, Spain, and the Netherlands in the conflict made a crucial difference.
They all played a big role in how Lloyd George became the Prime Minister without a party and the conservatives where the party in coalition with him. The first reason why Lloyd George and the conservatives won the elections is because of Lloyd George himself. One of the main reasons for this was because he was a great public speaker and socially impressed people. This was important because he had to get the public onside to get the vote. He did this by telling the people that land fit for heroes would come out of the war.
He was one of the founding fathers and helped create the greatest republic throughout history. AMERICA. As his story is so inspiring coming from no where and building his way up to the top he creates and teaches a commending belief that if you work hard enough and have a final goal you can get to where you want to be. Hamilton wanted a free and well ruled country called America. And that is exactly what he intended to get.
Others disagree, saying he didn’t think of the bigger picture for the country when going to war. He is seen as a great military leader due to his winning campaign against Denmark-Norway in 1700. This is because Denmark-Norway was a major power in the Baltic at the time, and Charles did not take long to force the country into peace. Also, the fact that Charles was 18/19 when he defeated Denmark-Norway makes him more of genius as he did it so young. Another reason for him being a military genius is his tactics.
Samuel Adams was, in my opinion, a “real American hero” during the pre-Revolutionary period in American history. He was influential in securing independence from Britain, and supported civil and economic rights for the American people. In addition, his role in the establishment of the Sons of Liberty, the committees of correspondence, and the 1st Continental Congress was instrumental in America’s shift towards independence. He brewed up support for the American Revolution in his various essays and speeches to his people. More than a decade before the Declaration of Independence, Adams wrote that individuals were "inalienably entitled to those essential rights in common with all men," which was a key theme in the Declaration of Independence.
And it was one small battle that may have turned around the whole war. One way that it tuned the war in favor of the patriots was the very thought of a huge victory to raise the hopes of the patriots and to increase their performance on battles. That was the whole point of the battle in George Washington's eyes anyway. After so many lost battles he knew that to raise the spirits of the troops enough to win the war, they would need one huge victory. And Saratoga was just that.
President George Washington emphatically stated that,” we should not look back unless it is to derive useful lessons from past errors, and for the promise of profiting by dearly bought experiences.” Many doubted his greatness but his impact on the United States of America remains paramount. Winning the War for American Independence, being the first president and shaping the way the Constitution was written, were all attributes of the “Father Of this Nation”, President George Washington. From his youth he lived by his belief that “Knowledge is Power” and he was not afraid to let the world know that God is an important part of everything we do. He was an advocate for justice and freedom. The little details in his life predicted his behavior in loftier and more difficult situations presented to him.
I thought him to be a great president, but wasn’t completely sure why. I never could have imagined the things he did for our country. He knew it was inevitable that we would be drawn into war, but instead of pressing Congress to enter war, he let the war come to us. Something most leaders would never consider. I have the utmost respect for FDR for the way he handled his disability.
He sent his troops in to aid his father in battle against Athens and Thebes. Soon after this battle Alexander became king at his father’s demise. King Phillip was killed by a man names Pausanias, but it is speculated as to why. After much talk and consideration by the government they agreed it would be in the best interest of the kingdom to have Alexander replace his father for his chance as King. Once he had his much desired position as ruler he killed anyone who could possibly take his place.
Dr. King starts off by stating that his speech “will go down as one of the greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation” (King, 383). This contrasts with Lincoln’s Address because Dr.King was very aware of the influence his speech would have on the country. John F Kennedy’s “Inaugural Address” also relates to the irony of President Lincoln’s Address by stating that “We dare not forget that today we are heirs of that first revolution”(Kennedy, 380). Kennedy was saying that we can not forget our past and where we got our ideals of equality and freedom.Lincoln’s Address also sheds light on the value of the events, the fight at hand and the need for unity, which Dr.King and President Kennedy both speak about. When John F. Kennedy was giving his Inaugural Address he was talking about a celebration of freedom while Dr.King was giving an inspirational speech of hope for that justice.