The Battle of Yorktown was a turning point. The war was going so difficult for the patriots that they were so low on money they couldn 't even supply the soldiers with essentials that the soldiers needed. They even thought that if they allied the war would end pretty quick but it didn 't. The British Army held all of the south, Philadelphia, and New York City. When the Benedict Arnold one of America’s most gifted officer turned out to be a traitor the American Morale took another blow.
The war took place near Trenton, New Jersey. The battle began on December 25, 1776, and ended on December 26, 1776. General Washington and his troops traveled through the snow and icy waters. They didn’t have the right clothes and the soldiers didn’t have any shoes. General Cadwalader planned a diversionary attack from the south.
The Battles of Lexington and Concord are memorable because they were the beginning of the storied Revolutionary War. The battles took place on April 19, 1775, in eastern Massachusetts and many individuals on each side of the battle have left a strong influence our country today in their own separate ways. Among those people include the three famous riders Paul Revere, Samuel Prescott and William Dawes along with the well-known physician Dr. Joseph Warren. Revere, being the most famous out of the five, was the man who warned all locals that the British army was approaching. As the British set out for Lexington on April 18, 1775, General Thomas Gage had an American defeat in his mind (Kent 10).
In the Battle of Saratoga she played a very significant role. The Battle of Saratoga was a turning point in the war. In the Battle of Saratoga the British surprised the Americans and trapped them in the middle of the night. For eighteen days the Americans had to fight off the British. Tyonajanegen played a significant role in this because the Americans had no communication to the other campsites.
Lee to break the Union line but this brought the most important and affective battle of the American Civil War to an end. Lee had planned an assault on the Meade’s Center due his failure. Both armies were exhausted this day after fighting for so long. The Army of Potomac was too weak to attack or fight the confederates and Lee finally led his army out of the north. The Battle of Gettysburg was the turning point in the Civil war.
Battle of Trenton The battle of Trenton occurred on December 26, 1776 in Trenton, New Jersey. George Washington and his troops were retreating from New York after the British troops invaded. The continental army had to cross the icy and cold Delaware River. At Trenton the British has Hessian troops that were tired and not prepared, there are rumours of them being drunk from Christmas celebration. This battle was in the beginning part of the war.
One night a messenger came to Sybil’s home to warn her father that the British soldiers were attacking the nearby town of Danbury, Connecticut. The messenger asked the colonel for his help. Unfortunately, the colonel’s army was not together at the time because it was planting season. All his men were miles apart on their farms. Because the messenger was too tired
The Battle of germantown, October 4, 1777. It was a battle in the Philadelphia campaign of the American Revolutionary war. the battle was at Germantown, Pennsylvania. The British forced their way into Pennsylvania defeated the American army under General George Washington. His army failed to pull off his complex plan.
“Preventing our obtaining more subsistence by cultivating of new lands, [the French] discourage our marriages, and keep our people from increasing; thus…killing thousands of our children before they are born,” wrote Benjamin Franklin. Franklin regarded the importance of expanding westward necessary for the American colonists; more land was needed for the colonists to keep growing, but the French were in their way. As the continent of North America was tossed repeatedly back and forth from the hands of the French to the hands of the British, the American colonists could not wait to devour the heavily contested lands west of the Appalachians. But through a combination of politics and economics, the colonists were not allowed easy access to those rich lands. Land was of such importance to the colonists that it caused the American Revolutionary War.
The battle of Yorktown was one of the most important battles of the American Revolution. This battle took place in Yorktown, Virginia September 28th 1781. Before the battle had begun the French had arrived in Rhode Island with over 5,000 soldiers to aid the Americans to defeat the British. This put the Americans at an extreme advantage straight from the start, because the British had only about 6,000 soldiers. The British were also at a disadvantage considering that there was no way for them to get reinforcements.
In 1775, he was named commander in chief of the Continental Army in the American uprising. In his first battle, he was able to box the British out of Boston, but later that year he was almost captured when he lost New York City. During every battle he rode in the front never in the back because he wanted to show his troops that they were all in this together. Geography played an important part in the American Revolution. Americans also known as Patriots knew the land very well.
Would anyone really want to go back to a place where there is barely any food, the living conditions are horrible, the risk of getting sick so great, and a high probability of dying even without the war beginning? This is the question that many faced during the terrible winters of 1777 and 1778. George Washington’s army was camped at Valley Forge, eighteen miles northwest of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the British were camped in warm quarters and ate good and plentiful food. In contrast, American revolutionary soldiers had to battle disease, starvation, and the freezing cold even before they had to fight their enemy. If you were a revolutionary soldier facing these conditions, and your time to re-enlist came up, would you re-enlist or stay on, or would
There were many times when food was scarce and troops had to do without because the transportation that was arriving got raided, The colonists depended greatly on transpiration to deliver the food. Supplies for example were ammo,clothes,building fortifications and more. With the big demand being for supplies in the upcoming war they would need a lot of supplies if the colonist were going to win the war against the British. If they would have to do without ammo the soldiers weapons would not function. Without clothes they would freeze or be exposed to the elements.
This war was inevitable. We all knew it. However, the extent of destruction, casualties and ruthless violence wasn’t anticipated. None of us could fathom what was occurring on this battlefield today, if we were told prior to this revolution. I was merely sixteen years of age and I enlisted for the war.