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Ch. 13 Social Studie


Revolutionary War The war between the American colonies and Great Britain from 1775 until 1783.
strategies Plans for winning a war, such as how and where to use an army or navy.
professional army To be well trained and paid for one's work.
Continental Army The army of volunteers led by General George Washington that fought the British in the Revolutionary War.
allies People or countries who help each other
volunteers people who freely perform a service
bayonet a sharp blade, like a sword, attached to the end of a rifle
tactics specific ways of carrying out a plan, such as ways of fighting battles
guerilla tactics tactics used by fighters outside of a regular army, such as shooting at soldiers from hiding places in the woods
Created by: gwcs grade 5