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Soldiers of the American Revolution by H. Charles McBarron

Soldiers of the  by H. Charles McBarron

Approximately 1,000 rebels rebuffed 2,600 British Regulars for two assaults on Breed’s Hill.  Then the Patriots ran out of ammunition. 

Because, as Colonel Prescott notes, the Americans with “very few Bayonets could make no resistance” on the third assault, they could no longer hold the hill.

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Painting by H. Charles McBarron, from Soldiers of the American Revolution, courtesy U.S. Army Center of Military History.

 

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