United Bricks REVOLUTIONARY WAR Minifigures -Pick your Figure!-

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 United Bricks Revolutionary War minifigure Collection

-Choose between several different figures: Continental Soldier, British Soldier, and Native American Warrior!  

Continental: When war commenced between the American Colonists and the British, the Americans had no effective army. The Continental Army was formed by Congress in June 1775, and George Washington was named its commander in chief. Soldiers in the Continental Army were volunteers; they agreed to serve in the army and standard enlistment periods lasted from one to three years. Early in the war the enlistment periods were short, as the Continental Congress feared the possibility of the Continental Army evolving into a permanent army. Uniforms would vary from colony to colony, but uniform regulations of 1779 standardised what the troops were to wear, although variations persisted. 

British: In 1775 the British Army was a volunteer force. The army had suffered from lack of peacetime spending and ineffective recruitment in the decade since the Seven Years' War, circumstances which had left it in a dilapidated state at the outbreak of war in North America.The attrition of constant fighting,the inability of the Royal Navy to decisively defeat the French Navy, and the withdrawal of the majority of British forces from North America in 1778 ultimately led to the British army's defeat. The surrender of Cornwallis's army at Yorktown in 1781 allowed the Whig opposition to gain a majority in parliament, and offensive British operations in North America were brought to an end.

Native American: Native American tribes tried to remain neutral during the Revolutionary War, but many would have to choose a side as they couldn't avoid the escalating conflict. Many sided with the British, with four of the six tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy aiding them in exchange for the return of land being encroached upon by the colonists. Some aided the Continental Army, reasoning that they would be better positioned to win the war. The Iroquois Confederacy was shattered as a result of the War, and in the ensuing peace treaty would see much of their ancestral land ceded to the Americans. 

Native American War Paint was used to distinguish different tribes, as well as frighten the enemy. He wields a war hatchet, and has a knife sheathed hanging from his neck. It was not unusual for warriors to arm themselves (either given by allies or taken from enemies) with muskets.

United Bricks custom printed collectable minifigures are printed on genuine brand new parts using a high quality UV printing method. They make the perfect gift or addition to a collection, and are a great way to learn history through building and creating scenes.

This product is not a toy. Not intended for use by persons 14 years of age or younger.

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