Military Strategies

American Strategy.

American strategy evolved as the conflict progressed. Initially the colonists were limited to reacting to British initiatives, but they later began fighting the war for the purposes of evicting the British from certain areas or making the fight more costly than the British wished to bear.

British Strategy.

The initial aim of the British was to isolate New England from the other colonies and to control the seaboard by holding a number of port cities. Later in the war the British opened a front in the South.

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U.S. Military Strategy in Iraq - Council on Foreign Relations
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld continues to defend his military strategy in Iraq and has reiterated there is no timetable for drawing down U.S. forces. His comments come amid accusations by a handful of retired generals who saymilitary strategy in Iraq and has reiterated there is no timetable for drawing down U.S. forces. His comments come amid accusations by a handful of retired generals who say the Pentagon ...
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USS Strategy
Strategy was redesignated MSF-308 on 7 February 1955 while in reserve. Strategy was struck from the Navy list on 1 October 1967. Strategy received four battle stars for World War II service. hjk ...
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DeSoto's Strategy
DeSoto's Conquest Strategy For centuries historians have failed to track DeSoto because they ignored important conquest techniques. DeSoto was governed by moon phases and tides for night movement and harbor entry; by coasts and pastureland ...
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