Revolutionary War Response To 'Battle Of White Plains'

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Revolutionary War Response It all began with “the shot heard round the world,” also known as the shot that was fired at Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts on April 19th, 1775. This signaled the start of the American Revolution. However, another factor that led up to the battles were the lack of civil liberties and the efforts to regain them by the colonist. A combination of different conflicts that arose between Great Britain and the thirteen colonies resulted in battles fought for independence, and equal rights amongst all of the people. The Battle of White Plains was fought on the 28th of October in 1776. The Americans had a slight advantage having about 14,500 troops against the 13,000 British. However, only about 4,000 participated
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