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A Comparative Evaluation of British and American Strategy in the Southern Campaign of 1780-1781

  title={A Comparative Evaluation of British and American Strategy in the Southern Campaign of 1780-1781},
  author={J. Arthur Woodward},
Abstract : This thesis is an analysis and evaluation of the British and American campaign strategies in the Southern Campaign of the War for American Independence. After over four and one-half years of inconclusive fighting in Arnenca, the British government developed a plan to restore Royal control of the American South where large numbers of Loyalist Americans were expected to rally in support of the Crown. Control of the southein provinces would allow the British army to isolate the North… Expand
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