Phillip Thomas, Tucker

How the Irish Won the American Revolution: The Forgotten Heroes of America’s War of Independence


New, , , Skyhorse, 2020, , 8vo – over 7¾ – 9¾” tall


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When the Continental Congress decided to declare independence from the British empire in 1776, ten percent of the population of their fledgling country were from Ireland. By 1790, close to 500,000 Irish citizens had immigrated to America. They were was very active in the American Revolution, both on the battlefields and off, and yet their stories are not well known. The important contributions of the Irish on military, political, and economic levels have been long overlooked and ignored by generations of historians. However, new evidence has revealed that Washington’s Continental Army consisted of a far larger percentage of Irish soldiers than previously thought between 40 and 50 percent who fought during some of the most important battles of the American Revolution.

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Phillip Thomas, Tucker