Lexington Concord

Who led the colonists in the battles of Lexington and Concord?

Who? Was it George Washington? Or was he not given the position still Registered?

Nope - It was not George. These are the first battles of the Revolutionary War. The Americans were not yet organized into a real army with a commander. The rebels were militiamen and Minutemen. George Washington had not yet been assigned at any position. Lexington Militia Captain John Parker has assembled his men on Lexington Green to face the British column gathered there to destroy supply the rebels. The U.S. military studies yet these battles that the strategy was brilliant. You can read more about: http://www.wpi.edu/Academics/Depts/MilSci/Resources/lexcon.html


1563 Plate block 10cnt Lexington Concord battle Bicentennial Revolutionary War
1563 Plate block 10cnt Lexington Concord battle Bicentennial Revolutionary War
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