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Battle of Bunker Hill

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When did the battle of Trenton take place on a Revolutionary war timeline?

the battle of Trenton ended i n 1776

When and where was the first real battle of the Revolutionary War fought?

The first battles of the Revolutionary War were the Battles of Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts. The battles took place on April 19, 1775 and resulted in a victory for the Colonies.

Were there any important wars in the Revolutionary War?

There were no wars happening within the Revolutionary War. The only actual war that was going on at this exact time and place was the Revolutionary War.

What happened at Bunker Hill and Breeds Hill?

Bunker Hill and Breed's Hill are the same thing. Breed's Hill is famous for the "Battle of Bunker Hill" that happened during the American Revolutionary War. The casualties for the 13 colonies were 115 deaths, 305 injuries, and 30 captured. For England, they had 226 deaths(19 of them were officers), 828 injuries. In the end, the English won, but with the amount of deaths and injuries the English had the colonies thought of it as a victory.

What was important about about the Battle of Yorktown?

The Battle of Yorktown took place from 5 April 1862 to 4 May 1862 in York County and Newport News, Virginia. The results were inconclusive. The battle combatants were the United States of America and the Confederate States of America. The commanders were George B McClennan for the US and John B Magruder and Joseph E Johnston for the Confederacy. The battle took place near the 1781 siege of Yorktown, the final battle of the American Revolutionary War. Actually, it was from September 28th to October 19th, 1781 in Virginia. George Washington commanded this battle. The French were on the Americans side against the british. There were approximately 8,800 Americans, 7,800 French and 6,000 British. It was important because the Americans won. This was the battle where Cornwallis surrendered over 8,000 British troops to George Washington. It was also the battle that ended the Revolutionary War.