The US Navy named its Aircraft Carriers for famous battles in our nation's history. So the USS Lexington CV 2, USS Saratoga CV 3 & USS Yorktown CV 5 were named for those particular battles during the American Revolution. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com Those are the names of American Revolution battles WON by Americans (the British won many ones too) and were used to as names for aircraft carriers.
Well according to what I've learnt and researched in months, it's obviously med.
1) Lexington and concord (shot heard round the world) 2) saratoga (turning point) 3) the revolutionary (ending battle)
The US had 8 operable carriers on December 7, 1941. They included the Lexington, Saratoga, Ranger, Yorktown, Enterprise, Hornet, Wasp, and Long Island.
In the US Navy, each Class of ship is named for a specific theme, ie Battleships are for states, Cruisers are for cities, etc. During WW 2, Aircraft Carriers (CV) were generally named for famous battles in American History. The following is a short list of the Aircraft Carriers named for battles fought during the American War of Independence. USS Lexington CV-2 USS Saratoga CV-3 USS Yorktown CV-5 USS Ticonderoga CV-14 USS Bunker Hill CV-17 USS Princeton CV-23 USS Cowpens CV-25 USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31 Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com
The shot heard around the world.
That'll be the Battle Of Lexington!
First battles of the American Revolution- "The Shot Heard Round the World".
The first two battles of the Revolutionary War were in Lexington and Concord. At both of these battles, there was a \'shot heart round the world\' fired by an unknown person on one side or the other that upscaled conflict in the war.
Well over 100 vessels to name, but here's some important ones: USS Yorktown, USS Hornet, USS Enterprise, USS Lexington, USS Saratoga, USS Wasp, USS Princeton, USS Gambier Bay, USS St. Lo, USS Bismarck Sea.
The Battles of Saratoga, which took place on September 19th and October 7th of 1777, were important because they represent a turning point in the American Civil War. The surrender of the British General John Burgoyne and France's subsequent formal entrance into the fray motivated the Americans and gave them the strength to fight on. The war became distinctly winnable for Washington and his men - and, as we all know, it was not only winnable, but won. The Battles of Saratoga are collectively the point at which the balance shifted in the direction of American independence, changing the fate of the American people and the world.
during the revolutionary war, there were several battles such as lexington and concord and the battle of bunker hill and the battle of trenton. the battle of lexington and concord was the first battle and the first shot was so called heard around the world
the battle of Lexington and concord was the first battle of the American revolution it was the one that started it all the shot heard round the world was when the British troops fired on a American crowd and the first people had died because of the British troops that day
Probably Saratoga, in September 1777. This battle resulted in the capture of an entire British Army, proving to the world that Americans could successfully fight the British. This was the most important factor in the French decision to assist the Americans in fighting the ancient French enemy, the British. The French wanted to be sure they were not backing a dead horse. If not Saratoga, then Yorktown would be the most important battle. At Yorktown another entire British army was captured, and this proved to be the final straw for the British people, who no longer supported the war, once news of the disaster at Yorktown reached England.
If the British won the Battle of Saratoga America might not have become a country as soon as it had or at all for all we know. The Battle of Saratoga was the turning point of the American Revolutionary War. It showed the rest of the world that America just might have had what it took to defeat the most powerful country in the world. It is what convinced France to join America's fight against the British. French forces stopped General Cornwalis as he escaped from Yorktown, which is where the British surrender, ending the war for independence.
The first battles were fought on April 19th, 1775, in Lexington and Concord Massachusetts. This battle began with "the shot heard 'round the world."
"The shot heard 'round the world" is generally referred to the beginning of the American Revolutionary War. It occurred in 1775 during an armed stand-off between British forces and local militia in Lexington, escalating into engagements at the Old North Bridge in the battles of Lexington and Concord.
It refers to the Revolutionary War or American Revolution, which began in 1775 with battles at Lexington and Concord.
They are considered the first battles of the American Revolution, the "shot heard 'round the world." It was because of these that King George III declared Massachusetts to be in a state of rebellion and ignored the Olive Branch Petition, which was their last real hope of reconciliation.
In the battles of Lexington and Concord. Ralph Waldo Emerson, in his "Concord Hymn", described the first shot fired by the Patriots at the North Bridge as the "shot heard 'round the world."
IN lexington or concord most likely lexington.
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The American Revolution began with the "Shot heard around the World" in the Battle of Lexington and Concord on 19 April 1775 and ends with the surrender of General Cornwallis at the Battle of Yorktown on 19 October 1781.
If Lexington you are referring to the American Revolution. Then the Battle on Lexington Green was the first skirmish of the American Revolution. The "shot heard around the world" was fired on April 19th 1775 when an unknown shot was discharged. The American colonists and the British soldiers not knowing who fired engaged each other in a fire fight which 8 militia men were killed and one British soldier was wounded.
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