In the eighteenth century

In the eighteenth century, at the time of the American Revolutionary War, there were two opposing sides to fighting against each other, the Patriots and the Loyalists. The Patriots revolted against the British control, and remained loyal to the British crown. They preferred to hold the office of the king rather than the ability of the Parliament. Both driving forces had many golden opportunities to acquire the American Revolutionary War, but the Loyalist were unable to acquire vantage of their chances and that is why the war was won by the Americans and not the British.
In the American revolutionary war, the colonists did not have any option without choosing any one side to be Patriots or Loyalists. As the war started, many people already choose their positions. People who were to remain loyal in their life to Britain called Loyalists. People who just want their own willing called patriots. The Patriots were very intelligent and they knew how to utilize the benefits that they had with them. The Patriots were mainly fighting in the Revolution for constitutional freedom, societal solidarity, and also for the conservation of their land and belongings. The Patriots had the main profit of violence on their own land and also had a huge militia to protect their entire territory. At the final stage, the Patriots affairs proved to be unnerving with the help of the colonial militia generals and with the reasonable experience.