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The Patriot Insurgency (1763-1789)

Started by TriggerJerk, May 22, 2022, 06:56:52 PM

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Team Maryland,

Case Studies in Insurgency and Irregular Warfare - The Patriot Insurgency (1763-1789)

"This case study examines the Patriot insurgency that developed among the English colonies in North America in the mid-eighteenth century and that eventually declared, fought for, and achieved independence from the mother country. There is a wealth of historical studies of the American Revolution, but this case study offers a unique perspective. Instead of simply repeating the well-documented history of the Revolution, we scrutinize the Patriots through the lens of modern insurgency doctrine and concepts."

From Assessing Revolutionary And Insurgent Strategies (ARIS) Studies


[Edit:  Admin, sorry, I just saw the History section...  If this should be moved from MD, please advise and I'll do so. ]

[Edit 2:  Moved to History.  Del/RM as appropriate. ]

We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.

â€"Benjamin Franklin


I haven't read all yet, but the table timeline on page 15 is a usefull overview of when events happen (Sugar Act, Currency Act, Stamp Act, Quartering Act, etc.)

This would go well on the History board, too.

Thank you.

Mrs. Smith

Quote from: 300berg on May 22, 2022, 10:13:50 PM

This would go well on the History board, too.

Thank you.

Agreed!  TriggerJerk, do you mind copying it there?
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