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Copy of battle on the savannah

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The American Forces The British Forces Quote from the Battle The British lost only 40 killed in action and 63 wounded. The British were attacked by surprise but managed to hold down the fort and won the battle even though out numbered The battle took place in Savannah, Georgia, close to the shore The Patriots were attacking the British to try to regain their base. "We must have black troops, and a limitless number of them too - paid and treated like their white brothers."

Benjamin Lincoln The American and French forces lost 244 killed and another 584 wounded which was more then 10 percent of their combined forces. Led Under the Instruction of Benjamin Lincoln and Come D'Estaing Led Under the Instruction of Augustine Prevost The Battle of the Savannah Trenton Oiland Ms. Saucier period one Thanks for Watching Augustine Prevost was born in 1725 in Geneva Switzerland. At the Quebec ambush he served as a captain under Wolfe. He became a general after the first Savannah battle. In the second Savannah battle he was the commanding general Benjamin Lincoln was born in 1733 in Hingham Massachussets. He worked his way up in the militia until he became the major general of all Massachussets. Charles Hector (comte D'Estaing) was Born on November 24,1729 in Ruvel, Auvergne, he was the commander of the first french fleet that came to help America in the Revolution. Bibliography http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/193274/Charles-Hector-count-dEstaing




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