How Do Wars End?

They would shoot at the enemy column from behind fences, trees, barns, walls, from inside houses. This was a strange, new type of warfare to the British, neither experienced nor trained for it.  To them it seemed dishonorable, hiding and shooting at men in the open who could not even see their enemies.  A Redcoat wrote his family: “They did not fight us like a regular army, only like savages.”