The Revolutionary War - Lexington and Concord War

The Revolutionary War - Lexington and Concord War
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  • Today on April 19, 1775 the British and Militiamen will have a war for victory!
  • On April 19, 1775 there were 700 British troops and 77 militiamen who arrived at Lexington for a war know as  "The Lexington and Concord War" which kicked off the Revolutionary War.
  • When the Lexington and Concord War was going on with shots being fired from both sides, there were several British soldiers who fired and killed 8 militiamen and 9 injured,
  • After the British were done with the militiamen at Lexington they marched onto Concord's North Bridge where they met up with several militiamen troops and the British fired the "shot heard around the world" where the British ended the Lexington and Concord War.
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