revolutionary battles

revolutionary battles

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  • battle of lexington
  • battle of bunker hill
  • crossing of Delaware river
  • On April 19, 1775, the Battles of Lexington and signified the start of the American Revolutionary War. From Boston, the British Army set out to capture rebel leaders Samuel Adams and John Hancock in Lexington, as well as destroy the Americans' arsenal of arms and ammunition in Concord.
  • battle of saratoga
  • During the Siege of Boston in the first stage of the American Revolutionary War, the Battle of Bunker Hill was fought on Saturday, June 17, 1775. The fight was called after Bunker Hill in Charlestown, Massachusetts, which played a minor role in the conflict.
  • valley forge
  • On December 25, 1776, George Washington and the Continental Army launched a surprise attack on the British by crossing the Delaware River into New Jersey. They won a significant win, which helped the Americans reclaim control of the war.
  • battle of Yorktown
  • The French were persuaded to recognize American independence and openly grant military assistance after the Americans won the Battles of Saratoga. It also boosted Gates' popularity, to the point where he was being considered to succeed George Washington as Continental Army commander-in-chief.
  • Valley Forge was the site of General George Washington's Continental Army's winter encampment in 1777-1778. Valley Forge was a naturally defensive plateau where they could train and recover from the previous year's conflicts while fighting was halted by winter weather, difficult roads, and a scarcity of supplies.
  • it was a land and sea battle the trapped a British army and forced their surrender. the siege pretty much ended military operations in the resolution.
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