French involvement in the American Revolutionary War from 1775 to 1783 began when France, a hotbed of Enlightenment ideas and a historic rival to the Kingdom of Great Britain, secretly sent supplies to the American Continental Army when it was established in June 1775. It followed an Alliance Treaty in 1778, which led to French remittances of money and material to the United States of America. France's aid, mainly naval, was an important and decisive contribution to its eventual victory and independence in the war, however, it accumulated more than £ 1 billion in debt, which significantly affected the country's finances. In the development of the simulation of these battles we will use the board game “Flying Colors” from GMT Games. The rules of the game when they appear for the first time, will appear in a footnote. And the originals of the rules and tables are available in the Annexes at the end of the book.
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