British Perspective of the American Revolution
At the beginning of the war the Tories tried to persuade the rebels to come to their side. They didn't want to though. The British were mad because the rebels were not following the British rights. The British government was afraid that they would lose. The British thought some British people boarded the ship to become a colonists just so they could leave Britain. They thought over 25% of them did leave Britain. Then once they became a colonist they were Anti-Britain.