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Breadcrumbs Section. Each country possessed different war aims and these w ere n o t always synch ron ized w ith A m erican am b itio n s. French policy towards the Revolution developed slowly-prolonging the war would drain Britain.

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These supplies would then be sold on credit to America against the security of future tobacco crops. Spain was persuaded to provide matching funds. Between andFrance refilled its naval arsenals, repaired its fleet, and prepared to engage in combat with Britain and its navy.

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Diplomacy during these initial Revolutionary years was te n sew ith B rita in angry over American privateers using French ports, and with America resentful at the expulsion of an American naval squadron from a French harbor to appease Britain. The eventual Treaty of Alliance and of Amity and Commerce was generous to the United States, recognizing their independence, and giving them most-favorednation status in trade. France renounced claims to Canada but not Newfoundland and guaranteed American liberty, sovereignty, and independence.

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France appeared to gain little except the opportunity to undermine Britain in Europe and the world. Your Logout. By Savannah and Charleston. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Imprint Routledge. s France renounced claims to Canada but not Newfoundland and guaranteed American liberty, sovereignty, and independence forever. Chapter Next Chapter. Connect with us.

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