Analysis Of The Battle Of Fort Ticonderoga

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The Battle of Fort Ticonderoga also knows as The Capture of Fort Ticonderoga, took place on Lake Champlain in northeastern New York, Fort Ticonderoga. This Battle started on May 10, 1775. The British and American soldiers were fighting in this battle because the of the strategic location also it was still considered "the gateway to the continent". The leaders/ generals of this battle were Jeffery Amherst and 1st Baron Amherst. During this conflict, the British had 7,213 regular soldiers the Americans had 3,000 soldiers. Fort Ticonderoga which is located between Lake George and Lake Champlain in upstate New York was seen important by the Continental Army and the British. Whoever controlled the fort controlled the waterways which could be used
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