The great battle of Lexington
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The Great Britain had fired a warning shot to tell the colonists that they were going to kill them if they hadn’t moved.
THE colonists has sneeked out of Boston with at least 700 troops on April 18,1775
The British troops were already setup at Lexington ready to open fire. Then the British troops had came rushing opening fire at the Colonists.
When British troops stopped firing Eight of the Colonist were laying down dead and the rest went and retreated back.
The British troops cheered for a victory they had won and the colonist had fallen back.
The British went to Concord to get ready for the Battle that may happen next over there.
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