Boston, Massachusetts (Breed's Hill) New York (Present-day New York City) Trenton, New Jersey Saratoga, New York Yorktown, Virginia Little known is the Battle of Valcour Island on Lake Champlain in the Fall of 1776. General Benidict Arnold led a rag-tag flotilla of gun boats to hold the British off and prevent the recapture of Fort Ticonderoga before the winter set in. This prevented the British from penetrating from the north and cutting off the New England Colonies; considered the heart of the rebellion. That combined with victory at Saratoga in 1777, also spearheaded by General Arnold's bravery, ended the British Northern Campaign; saving the Revolution. In WWII, the US had a policy of naming Aircraft Carriers after famous battles: Saratoga, Ticonderoga, Yorktown, Lexington, Bunker Hill..... British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once said something to the effect that the US should have named a carrier "Valcour Island", because that was considered, by the British, a turning point in the war. Of course, due to the stygma of Benidict Arnold's treason, anything solely accociated with him is tarnished in the eyes of most Americans.
The revolutionary one. I suppose you are trying to ask what were the most important BATTLES in the revolutionary war, and to that I have no answer
The most battles fought in the US Civil War occurred in the state of Virginia. There were 212 battles fought in the state.
New York saw the most battles during the Revolutionary War. A total of one third of all battles during the war were fought there. The Battle of Saratoga, New York was a turning point, and was instrumental in getting the colonists supports from the European rivals of Britain, France and Spain.
Most of the battles were fought in Italy ,Japan, and Germany.
US troops fought in several different battles during World War I. Some of the most important battles fought were the Battle of Belleau Wood, the Battle of Cantigny, and the Meuse-Argonne Offensive.
was most of the major battles of world war 1 fought in Luxembourg ...true or false
There were over 237 battles fought throughout most of the civil war. The two states with the most battles were Mississippi and South Carolina.
Virginia and Tennessee were the two states that had the most Civil War battles fought in them. Virginia had 122 battles while Tennessee had 38 battles.
The American Revolutionary War was fought mostly in the British North American colonies. Raids were made in other places, as well, and some engagements were fought on the high seas. Most of the battles were fought in New York and the Carolinas, but some of the most important engagements may have been in other colonies/states, including: * Massachusetts, where hostilities began and where the British were forced to evacuate Boston, * in Georgia, where the British reconquered the entire colony/state, and * in Virginia, where combined Continental and French forces forced the surrender of Cornwallis and his army, effectively ending hostilities.
From 1862-1864 most Civil War battles were fought in Virginia, also many battles were fought in Tennessee.
The most famous battle of the revolutionary war fought in Virginia was The Battle of Yorktown where George Washington defeated Cornwallis and secured America's freedom from Britain. Two other battles were the Battle of Great Bridge and the battle at Petersburg.
the Somme, Paschaendale, Mons, Ypres, Arras, Vimy Ridge, Beaumont Hamel are the most significant battles of wwI, but some minor battles were also fought.
Most of the first battles were fought in the 13 colonies. IDK... T_T.....XD SRRY..
The most battles in the US have been fought in Virginia.
Gettysburgh, Fredricksburg, Chancellorsville, Cold Harbor, The Wilderness, Seven Days Battles, Petersburgh, Antietam.
Most of the battles of the American Revolution were fought on American soil. The battles took place in eastern north America, from Massachusetts to South Carolina.
The Army of Northern Virginia is the confederate army that fought in most of thewell- known battles.
During war, most battles are usually fought by the foot soldiers who are usually under the guidance of the commanders.
True. The majority of the Civil War battles were fought in the South.
Yes. (I think)
The north eastern region of the colonies was where most of the early battles of the revolution was fought. The ports made them accessible to troops and supplies.
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