anonymous
  • anonymous
what was one reason for the failure of British troops in the South?
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Bigbosssaint21
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The British had to divert troops to defend gulf coast forts under Spanish attack. Rebels used guerrilla warfare, while the British were used to a more forthright style of war. The British overestimated the loyalist faction. The British got too far away from their fleet and had no reliable supply lines. take your pick

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