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Vinnish-American War of Independence

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Bunker hill
Vinnish forces holding the western front.
Date April 19th 1765 - 1776
Location Vinland, Eastern North America, British North America
Result Treaty of London
  • Vinnish and American independence; British recognition of Vinland and the United States
  • Britain loses area east of Mississippi River and south of Great Lakes & St. Lawrence River, and the Bahamas to independent United States & to Spain; area north of the United States to Vinland; cedes Tobago and Senegal to France
  • Spain gains East Florida, West Florida and Minorca
  • Dutch Republic cedes Negapatnam to Britain
Vinland flag Vinland

Flag of the United States United States
Pavillon royal de France France
Bandera de España 1760-1785 Spain
Dutch Dutch Republic

Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) Great Britain
  • Loyalists
  • German auxiliaries

Flag of Mysore Mysore
Flag of the Vermont Republic Vermont
Watauga Association



Commanders and leaders
Vinland flag Alvard Floten

Flag of the United States George Washington
Flag of the United States Horatio Gates

Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) George III

Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) The Marquess of Rockingham
Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) Earl of Chatham
Flag of Great Britain (1707-1800) Jeffery Amherst


The Vinnish-American War of Independence, also known separately as the Vinnish War of Independence and the American War of Independence, respectively, was a war between the British Empire and the United States and the nation of Vinland, who rebelled against British rule. Gradually the war would grow into a world war between Britain on one side and the newly formed United States, Vinland, France, Netherlands, Spain, and Mysore on the other. Ultimately American and Vinnish independence would be achieved, and European powers recognized the independence of the United States and Vinland, with mixed results for the other nations involved.

Causes of the Revolution

Widely considered to be a Revolution the causes stem from various issues throughout the years. Some of which are more minor that major. First of all the British renaming many things and expanding the British culture throughout the Vinnish homeland and the English colonies to the south was very unnerving for the Vinns. However while some beneficial factors of the culture continued to persevere past Independence the Vinns were extremely fearful of being converted or absorbed into a greater Anglo population. Along with this the Vinns, emboldened by their training and success in the French and Indian War and increased taxation pushed the Vinns to begin their rebellion in 1765. The Coinciding Battle of Althold and the Battle of New Edinburgh brought the rebellion to the front of British politics.

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However most thought this would end in a direct failure of the Vinns who fought the British alone by this point. from 1765 to 1772 almost a full 7 years of loss and holding on George Washington was finally convinced to begin getting other together after saving 100 Vinns from execution. This led the Vinns to send a diplomat which in a short time of 3 months managed to secure the support of the American colonies, the French, Spanish, Dutch and other minor tribes and powers which turned the revolution into a sort of World War.