ANSWER: The Battle of Bunker Hill happened on June 17, 1775. More than 1,000 British soldiers and about 400 Americans were killed or wounded. Many historians consider the Battle of Bunker Hill - the bloodiest battle of the entire American Revolutionary War. The colonists went to Breeds hill because the leader couldn't see where they were going so the wounded up there
Most of the colonial soldiers were alive after the battle of Breed's Hill (the actual name . . . Bunker Hill was elsewhere). The British army lost most of its soldiers. NEW RESPONDENT The colonials engaged 1,500 troops of whom 140 were killed, so that the number of the alive was 1,360, included 30 captured and 271 wounded.
* Lieutenant-Colonel James Abercrombie, 22nd Foot - killed at Bunker Hill * Ensign Balaquire, 5th Foot - wounded at Bunker Hill * Lieutenant Bard, 35th Foot - killed at Bunker Hill * Lieutenant Bruere, 14th Foot (serving as volunteer) - killed at Bunker Hill * Captain Campbell, HM Marines - killed at Bunker Hill * Ensign Charleton, 5th Foot - wounded at Bunker Hill * Lieutenant Croker, 5th Foot - wounded at Bunker Hill *…
In the American Revolution: the Battle of Saratoga, with some 2400 casualties. The Battle of Bunker Hill (Breed's Hill) was the first great American battle of the Revolution with many more British casualties, though the British still captured the hill and it was nothing compared with the turning-point American victory at Saratoga.
i think that the American soldiers got badly beaten at the battle of saratoga ANSWER: The battle in which American soldiers got beaten badly during 1775, was the Battle of Bunker Hill. The Americans had about 400 dead or wounded. The Battle of Bunker Hill took place on June 17, 1775, in Massachusetts.