Journal of the American Revolution (all things liberty!) aims to be a fun, educational and interesting resource for serious and casual consumers of American history. Our editorial mission is to make readers forget that they are reading history and instead are reading for fun.
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Lord Cornwallis: Defender of British and American Liberty?
1 June 2023
General Charles, 1st Marquess, Cornwallis remains one of the most recognizable British figures of the American Revolution. Over the past two centuries, he has... The post Lord Cornwallis:...
Eutaw Springs and the Ambiguity of Victory
30 May 2023
The Battle of Eutaw Springs, South Carolina, on September 8, 1781 was the last major open-field battle of the Revolutionary War and perhaps its... The post Eutaw Springs and the Ambiguity...
The Battle of Upper Sandusky, 178
29 May 2023
BOOK REVIEW: The Battle of Upper Sandusky, 1782 by Eric Sterner. Small Battles Series. (Yardley, PA: Westholme Publishing, 2023) Eric Sterner’s recent release, The Battle... The...
25 May 2023
The Royal Navy was designed not just protect the island of Britain and its commerce, but to project Great Britain’s power across the seas.... The post HMS <i>Roebuck</i>...