History of War

LOYALIST SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTION

Source:   An engraving showing American patriots parading a captured Loyalist into a town past onlookers, 1776  

The American War of Independence bore many of the hallmarks of a civil war. Many Americans opposed the idea of separating from Great Britain and remained loyal to King George III. A large, but never large enough, number of these Loyalists were

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