Bunker-hill–battle-of



bunker hill, battle of

Note: The Battle of Bunker Hill was an encouragement to the colonies; it proved that American forces, with sufficient supplies, could inflict heavy losses on the British.

Note: An American officer, William Prescott, is said to have ordered during the battle, “Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes.”

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