The War of Uniforms

During the American Revolution, the British and Americans fought over the independence of the Americans. Both armies that fought had different uniforms on the field of battle. From the colors to the availability to the For my project, I am taking a look at both the uniforms for the Americans and British and determining the effects they had on the war. Below is a Prezi looking at the different aspects of each military.



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