American Revolution Video Questions (1994) History Channel/A and E

American Revolution Video Questions (1994) History Channel/A and E
American Revolution Video Questions (1994) History Channel/A and E
American Revolution Video Questions (1994) History Channel/A and E
American Revolution Video Questions (1994) History Channel/A and E
American Revolution Video Questions (1994) History Channel/A and E
American Revolution Video Questions (1994) History Channel/A and E
American Revolution Video Questions (1994) History Channel/A and E
American Revolution Video Questions (1994) History Channel/A and E
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Approximately 120 Total Questions for the 6 part documentary from History Channel/A and E Network (1994). Each video is about 50 minutes.

Part 1: The Conflict Ignites - Colonists oppose England; Paul Revere's ride alerts his countrymen to arm.
Part 2: 1776 - The Second Continental Congress chooses George Washington to command its military.
Part 3: Washington & Arnold - Washington crosses the Delaware; Franklin goes to France.
Part 4: The World at War - Despite international support, the Continental Army suffers at Valley Forge.
Part 5: England's Last Chance - The Continental Army uses guerrilla tactics to counter British maneuvers
Part 6: Birth of the Republic - French aid; British Gen. Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown. Constitutional Convention
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1 Week
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