History
Fiol123wanda
27

During the earliest days of the American Revolution, General Washington believed that a. the war would be short and end in colonial independence. b. soldiers’ short enlistment periods doomed colonial chances of victory. c. financial support from other countries would mean a colonial victory. d. the war would be long but would end in colonial independence.

+2
(2) Answers
jrussell0323

During the earliest days of the American Revolution, General Washington believed that c. financial support from other countries would mean a colonial victory. hope this helps :D

Lavinagonzales

Hello My Friend! During the earliest days of the American Revolution, General Washington believed that: Option "B". Soldiers’ short enlistment periods doomed colonial chances of victory". Since he knew that the prospects of the US winning an early victory were slim.   I Hope my answer has come to your Help. Thank you for posting your question here in [latex]Brainly.[/latex] We hope to answer more of your questions and inquiries soon. Have a nice day ahead! :) [latex](Ps. Mark As Brainliest IF Helped!)[/latex] [latex]-TheOneAboveAll :D[/latex]

Add answer