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10 January, 16:54

In the patriot film:

How do the Rebel army commanders view the militia's performance in conventional battle formations? What alternative uses does Benjamin Martin suggest for them? How do the British view these tactics?

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  1. 10 January, 17:51
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    The Rebel army commanders believe they should do the slandered of fighting back then (line battles), even know they were being slaughtered by the overwhelming power of the Great Britain soldiers. Benjamin Martin suggests gorilla warfare, so they hide in trees and other places to be able to ambush Great Britian's soldiers. Great Britian is not used to this warfare and is unable to handle the gorilla warfare, therefore being slaughtered at numerous battles. Until Great Britain finally relizes whats happening and sets up a trap where Benjamin martin looses many men
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