The American Revolution: A Global War
|Author||R. Ernest Dupuy, Gay Hammerman, Grace P. Hayes|
|Publisher||David McKay Publications|
American Revolution: A Global War is a 1977 non-fiction book by R. Ernest Dupuy, Gay Hammerman, and Grace P. Hayes. It was published through David McKay Publications and makes the argument that the American Revolutionary War should be seen primarily as an international world war between the European great powers. This is in contrast to the traditional American view of focusing mainly on the land-conflict between the colonials and the British Empire. The authors concentrate primarily on the European campaigns in which Britain faced the threat of an invasion from the Second Armada led by Spain and France. The global war also included the renewed Anglo-Dutch conflict, and the naval war in the Caribbean Sea and India.
- Bradford, James (1978). "R. Ernest Dupuy et al. The American Revolution: A Global War. New York: David McKay Company. 1977. Pp. viii, 311. $11.95 (review)" (PDF). The American Historical Review. 83 (3): 800–801. doi:10.1086/ahr/83.3.800. Retrieved 22 June 2013.
- Stout, Neil R (June 1978). "The American Revolution: A Global War by R. Ernest Dupuy; Gay Hammerman; Grace P. Hayes (review)". The Journal of American History. 65 (1): 129–130. doi:10.2307/1888160. JSTOR 1888160.
- "Review: The American Revolution: A Global War". Kirkus Reviews. Retrieved 22 June 2013.
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