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Majior General John Burgogne, Major General Horatio Gates, and Brigatier Benidict Arnold were involved in this Battle. Over the winter British govnermant got together a plan to send a strong army down Lake Chamian into the heart of the American colonies, isolating New England. The winer of the battle was the Americans which forced the surrender of Burgognes army. Casualties were tat out of 7,000 British and Germans were fit for duty at the surrender.
Major General Sirwilliam Howe and General George Washington were involved in this battle. Howe brought army by sea to the Chesapeak intending to capture Philidalphia. 550 British killed and wounded. And around 1,000 AMericans killed and wounded.
General George Washington, Major Lord Cornwallis were involved in this battle. There were 7,000 Americans, 8,000 Hessians, and 1,200 British. Washington with drew to the banks of the Delaware and wanted to return within a few days and recover New Jersey from the British. Casualities were not heavy, British had 40 dead, 58 wounded, 187 missing. Americans lost General Mercer , Colonel Haslet plus 40 dead and wounded.
General George Washington and Colonial Rahl which were involved. Colonial Rahl died during thiss battle. The British was forced to retreat to West bank of Delaware. Washington forced annual crises of the Continental Army. They Resolved to sttack the Hessians. The Americna troops were the winners of this battle. 2 Americans froze to death and 4 were wounded. Unlike the Hessiand 20 were killed, 100 wounded, and about 100 were catured.
The begining of July 1776, General Washington and General Howe were the commenders of this battle. This battle lasted over a period of 6 weeks. The British strength strength increased over the number of 32,000 by the end of August.
The Battle of Quebec was December 31, 1775. The Governor of Canada, Colonial Allen Macellean and General Benedict Arnold where involved in this war. There were about 1,200 soldiers on each side. This battle took place in Canada Quebec. The American troops attacked the British. 60 men were killed on the American side and 5 were killed within the British.