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Vol. 9, Issue 1, Part B (2023)

American war of independence occupies an important place among the remarkable events of world history

American war of independence occupies an important place among the remarkable events of world history

Author(s)
Dr. Harit Kumar Meena and Dr. Sanjeev Kumar
Abstract
The American War of Independence unleashed powerful political, social, and economic forces that would transform the new nation’s politics and society. It was including increased participation in politics and governance, the legal institutionalization of religious toleration, and the growth and diffusion of the population, particularly westward. The Revolution affected Native Americans by opening up western settlement and creating governments hostile to their territorial claims. Even more broadly, the Revolution ended the mercantilist economy, opening new opportunities in trade and manufacturing. In general, revolution involves widespread violence and societal unrest. The American Revolution or the U.S. War of Independence was comparatively light in comparison to these standards. In spite of all this, the American Revolution actually had huge long-term positive effects on people everywhere, not just those living in the newly established United States. The Seven Years' War was a sort of world war fought between 1756 and 1763. It included major political and strategically powerful countries of that time. It affected Europe, North America, Central America, West African coast, India, and Philippines. In the context of Indian history, it is called the Third Carnatic War (1757-63). In other regions of the world, it was known as The French and Indian War (North America, 1754-63); the Mamorian War (Sweden and Prussia, 1757-62); Third Silesian War (Prussia and Austria, 1756-63), etc. It is known as the War of the Conquest in Canada. While the American War of Independence (1775-83) is often regarded as a separate event, it can be seen as a direct consequence of the Seven Years' War. In this research article, we will explore how the Seven Years' War influenced and set the stage for the U.S. War of Independence.
Pages: 108-113  |  337 Views  114 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Harit Kumar Meena, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar. American war of independence occupies an important place among the remarkable events of world history. Int J Appl Res 2023;9(1):108-113. DOI: 10.22271/allresearch.2023.v9.i1b.10837
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