Revolutionary War: The Most Important Events In World War I

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First event is, The Revolutionary war it started April 19, 1775 - Oct. 1781. The war started because the Americans would not pay for the taxes for the seven years war that mainly benefited the Americans. The British payed for most of it during the war. Then they were going to put taxes on the Americans so they could get there money back but the Americans did not agree so they started war. It also did not help that they did not have a government or an army. This war helped us get independence for our country. The ages 16-60 fought but most of the men were unknown. This was the top event for American history because it gave our country independence from the British. Second event is, The Civil war it started Apr. 12, 1861 - May 9, 1865. The Civil war started because of the uncompromising differences between the free and the slave states. There were 15 states that were slave states compared to 34…show more content…
This war was fought because Archduke Ferdinand, of Austria-Hungary was assassinated by Serb on June 28, 1914, The Americans entered the war on April 6, 1917. The whole time of the war America were trying really hard to stay out of it because they have been in so much war but they joined the war to help and they did help a lot. When the American joined the war they were on the side of the Allies. It was a really important war because when they joined they helped a lot so it gave a lot of good words about the U.S. Fourth event is, World war 2 it started September 1, 1939 - September 2, 1945. World war 2 started because of the invasion Japan did to China. Japan did this because they were mad, they wanted to get back at the Allies. The Allies said they do not get a say in the world’s issues so Hitler decided to promise Germany to restore their country’s power. It was good that we fought in World war 2 because we got to help other countries on our side and we stopped hitler from killer more

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