Essay heading: France's Contrabution To The American Revolution
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July 1, 2009
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Moreover, many colonists wanted to stay connected to the greatest nation on the earth, and the undisputed ruler of seas. Many more colonists wondered if France could be trusted as an ally. So it is easy to imagine the difficulty the Revolutionists had in trying to acquire both funding and supplies for their upcoming war, let alone any kind of popular support...
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So it is easy to imagine the difficulty the Revolutionists had in trying to acquire both funding and supplies for their upcoming war, let alone any kind of popular support. It required the help of some very sympathetic Frenchmen.
Ketchum writes in Saratoga (2004) that Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais was sympathetic to the Revolutionaries call for independence...
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