Revolutionary Battles

Revolutionary Battles

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  • Lexington and Concord
  • Bunker Hill
  • Saratoga
  • "Stand your ground. Don't fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war let it begin here." The battles happened in April 1775 was a victory for America, with the British side led by General Gage and the Americans led by Captain John Parker. It was one of the first Revolutionary wars.
  • Valley Forge
  • "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes!" The battle of Bunker Hill happened in June of 1775 and was led on the british side by General William Howe and on the american side by Colonel Wiliam Prescott. America was able to hold its own and show it was strong.
  • Fort Sackville
  • "....You Desired Me to Send Morgan and the Light Infantry, and Support Them With My Division." The battle of Saratoga took place in new york state in 1777 and was led by british John Burgoyne and by American Horatio Gate. It was seen as the turning point of the war, in America's Favor.
  • Battle of Yorktown
  • “I should most certainly see you this Winter if within the compass of human possibility…” Valley Forge was a hard Winter battle, led by George Washington (american) and William Howe (British) The americans had to prove they could fight in hard conditions.
  • “YOU MAY EXPECT NO MERCY” Fort Sackville Resulted in a British surrender and was led on the British side by Henry Hamilton and by George Rogers Clarck on the American front.
  • "If we do not deceive our own men, we will never deceive the enemy". The Battle of Yorktown was the deciding war of the Revolution, Sealing America's fate of being its own country. It had George Washington leading the Americans and Lord North leading the British. 
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