In spite of this, the militias continued on their path to toward Concord Bridge where a battle was fought and the British would be forced to withdraw. The British lost 300 men killed, wounded, or missing. With these many casualties for the British, it was safe to say that no petition was going to sort out what went down at Lexington and Concord. The Americans tried anyways and desperately, with an attempt to restore peace, The Olive Branch Petition was adopted by Congress and sent directly to King George III. The king refused to read the petition and patriots realized Parliament was acting with the knowledge and royal support.
Around 5 P.M. Jackson released his troops on the right flank. While screaming the “Rebel Yell,” Jackson and his troops devastated the Union 11th corps and pushed them back for 2 miles, however, the feeling of victory was short lived. Stonewall Jackson fell mortally wounded when his own men opened fire on him while he and his fellow leaders of the corps returned from a recon mission to reorganise his troops and find the Union lines because they thought it was a Union charge. The skirmishes and games of wits of the first two days gave way to a huge slugging match on May 3rd on 3 sides of the Chancellorsville intersection. General Hooker abandoned a key position in a move of naϊveness while the Confederate artillery bombarded the surrounding area from a high-ground position.
In 1932 we get the bullets and gas of the police, as we did in Washington, and the troops, which Hoover called put against us. Because we were demanding the Bonus so that we and our families could have something to eat, the President of the United States orders the army to gas and bayonet us, to burn our meagre belongings and to drive our wives and children into the dark of the night,” (Veteran’s 3). Even soldiers who had to dissolve the protest were discontent with evacuation of protestors. George S. Patton, a senior Army officer, reflected on the elimination of the Bonus Army, calling it, “a messy affair for everyone,” and, “[a] most distasteful form of service,”
So some of them, they called themselves ‘Sons of Liberty’, were making messes everywhere. The most famous event of those is the Boston Tea Party. After the Boston Tea Party, Britain added the Intolerable Acts that means that deprived the citizens’ power and British soldiers could search citizens’ house. This act infuriated all colonists and makes them together to against the government. The first clash was in Lexington and this clash was the start of the Revolution of Independence.
The government won a couple battles that took over their homeland.”The Indians, badly outnumbered, suffered a crushing defeat, made worse by the failure of promised aid from the British. The British offered aid to Tecumseh and his American Indian people”. Tecumseh took no negotiations with them which then led to another battle called Fallen Timbers. The Indians decided to rebuild their land in the southern Ohio part. At the end of this, he was considered and became an “influential young war chief with a growing following many of the younger, more anti-American warriors.
The Battle of Lexington and Concord is a major stepping stone in the American Revolution. The British were going to confiscate all the colonist ammunition and weapons they got angry. When the British soldiers started to head out, the colonist were sitting in wait behind bushes and trees. And when the British started to walk that way a someone shot the first shot. The leaders of the British side were Colonel Smith, the Lieutenant colonel of the 10th regiment of foot.
‘Antietam In The Civil War’ September 17,1862 by was about the fight that aganist the north and south in Sparburg,Maryland.After Union General McClellan failed to invade Richmond,Virignia,as a result he then threaten Washington DC.Confedertae General Lee sperated his army at the Pennsylvania boarder to protect contact with Virgina. After Lee lost his marching plans McClellan found them and had the advantage for sometime.However all this violence killed over 5000 people.The south managed to outsmart the North’s first line and got the victory.Textile industries were depent on the cash crop(cotton)and wanted to br recogonized by the Bristh to get acess to there industries.Antietam decleared the victory to Linlcon to issue the Emancipation Proclamation
On March 5, 1770 a street fight occurred between a mob of Boston citizens and British soldiers. The soldiers were increasingly unwelcome in Boston so the citizens threw snowballs, stones, and sticks at the group of soldiers who had been stationed here- the soldiers retaliated. The citizens were very outnumbered and the fight resulted in five deaths and six injuries from Boston. Samuel Adams and the Sons of Liberty named this event the Boston Massacre. The morning after, John Adams was sitting in his law office when Paul Revere revealed an engraving that showed Thomas Preston (captain of the British soldiers) ordering troops to fire at point blank range on the citizens.
Also principle vs reality principals meaning am fighting for freedom then reality where It 's all the horrible deaths. Like the reality when ned is captured then beheaded by soldiers.Also when Mr.Meker is captured then he dies on a british ship.then when sam goes to get caddle and he is captured by cowboys then he is executed.Also when jerry stanford was captured and he was the only one not let go as hostage and then died on a prison ship. Then when sam It 's fighting for freedom like when he goes home then reenlists in the army just to fight for his freedom . That 's why I think that war is unfair hard and futile. And those are the many reasons why war is all that type of stuff.
Both governments took all the basics rights that make us human. The book 1984 took away all basics rights like right to love, privacy and freedom of speech. The government would bomb its own people to keep them scared so they wouldn't revolt. The film the Hunger Games hosted the Hunger Games every year to remind people that the capital controls everything and they couldn't do anything. The people of the film where trapped in their district and could never leave and all basic essential were regulated.
On October 25, 1781, the author states, “A mob surrounded it, broke the shutters and the glass of the windows and were coming in, non forlorn women here.” here shows how the mob reacted to Cornwallis’s surrender of Yorktown, which is the last and most important battle of the war. The author further on states, “Warm Whigs of one side and Hartleys of the other, rendered it impossible for us to escape that way.” shows how the Patriots on one side were attacking the Loyalists and were treated even worse than the people inside the house. When the mob left their house, the author describes the scene, “In short it was the most alarming scene I ever remember. For two hours we had the disagreeable noise of stone banging about, glass crashing, and the tumultuous voices of a large body of men, as they were a long time at the different houses in the different houses in the neighborhood.” this shows the aftermath of the Battle of Yorktown, and how brutal it was to the
1, 129). Colonists began to boycott all British goods but this would not work considering most of their imports came from Britain. Following these events, the Boston Massacre occurred. A group of protestors crowded around British troops and one soldiers gun reportedly misfired into the mass; this caused the rest of the soldiers to believe they were ordered to shoot resulting in the death of five men and the wounding of six (Goldfield, The American Journey, vol. 1, 130).
“The fighting in Bexar raged with a house-to-house assault unlike anything the Mexican army had before experienced” (Lee, n.d.). General Cos’ surrendered from the Alamo on December 9, 1835 with 200 of his men dead and many more wounded. The Mexican surrender and the siege of the Alamo brought immediate retaliation from Santa Anna. He quickly assembled a force of 8,000 men and pushed mercilessly towards Texas. He was determined to crush all opposition and teach the Texans a lesson (Lee,
A t4 ;30 bombs were hitting Fort Sumter and they were shot by the Confederates and after a thirty-four hours of fighting. The small Union force inside Fort Sumter surrendered to the confederate army. The assault on Fort Sumter began the Civil War the North and South were split up and killed many thousands of soldiers and civilians. The Union victory ended slavery in 1865 but it cost in human life was immense.
The Patriots or ‘Sons of Liberty’ was a group formed to oppose the stamp act. The British troops or soldiers presence was unwelcome to the town. The riot began with about 50 of the american colonists, they started shouting and throwing things at the British soldiers. A british sentinel was attacked first. After, Captain Thomas Preston called over soldiers to help the sentinel.