From 1773 and 1775, various propositions were put forward by the colonies to reach a middle ground. Nevertheless, Britain kept on pushing the colonies in the corner, not expecting them to resort to a military solution to solve a political problem. It was more than a difference in political views: the colonies couldn’t progress while being considered as simple and obedient subjects to a government on the other side of the world. Independence was long overdue in 1775 and a war had become unavoidable. The issue of that war would serve as the final decision to resolve this unsolvable political conflict.
because they too wanted their independance from England.
This « gap » in his military and civil life has led to numerous hypotheses on our part. We all assumed that, once this gap filled, it would lead us to his birth place. The reasoning behind that hypothesis was pretty straightforward. But, filling the gap proved to be a challenging task for all of us.
the decisive period