Revolutionary War; the war for independence of the 13 British colonies from Britain, leading to the formation of the independent United States
The American Revolution began in the 1770s and ended in 1783. Thirteen American colonies revolted against the British government to gain their independence. American independence was recognized in 1783. The result was the creation of the United States of America.
Source of Nationalist inspiration, bold change. Sometimes, the present-day struggle is termed: The Second American Revolution.
The struggle by which the United States won independence from Great Britain (1775-1783).
the revolution of the American colonies against Great Britain; 1775-1783
The American colonies' war for freedom and independence from Great Britain. It lasted from 1775 to 1781.
U.S. war for independence from Great Britain 1775-1783.
The US war for independence from Great Britain from 1775 to 1783
Rebellion of English American colonies along Atlantic seaboard between 1775 and 1783; resulted in independence for former British colonies and eventual formation of United States of America. (p. 699)
The American Revolution refers to the period during the last half of the 18th century in which the Thirteen Colonies that became the United States of America gained independence from the British Empire.