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This unofficial government, had made policies that approved war, and that all of the kings policies and laws were to be rejected. Theking did not so much like this because the new America was forcing its own freedom from English rule.Bunker HillEven though the British had "won" this battle, this was the first battle of the revolutionary war. Though if you look at This was the first battle of the Revolutionary war, and this battle shows that there was no more room for peace talk, and the
Appendix CHIS/115 Version 32the loss of life, the British lost over 1,000 men in about an hours time. Whereas the minutemen only lost 400. colonists wanted to win their freedom. The casualties from this battle show that the minute men were ready to go to war with Britain. QuebecThe minutemen tried to win the battle of Quebec, but failedto do so and lost around 500 men in this battle. Because of this battle we would not be able to gain any help from the Canadians, but we were going to have to look elsewhere for help if we wanted to win this war.Lake ChamplainThe Militia had lost this battle to the British, but the British were forced to spend the winter in the Canadian area.This disrupted the plans of the British to move their troops and separate the colonies, giving a moral boost for the Militia later on after the winter. TrentonThis city was captured by the Militia army and had 1500 hessian mercenaries, this was not an important strategic win.Though this was not an important win, it was a moral boost and energized the revolution that these militia men had been fighting for.