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Who The battle is about when the British attacked Monmouth County The US commander was George Washington The British Commander was Sir Henry Clinton
What The changes it caused it damaged British troops. General Lee was removed from the army for a year.
When The event took place Sunday, June
Where The event took place at Monmouth New Jersey
Why This event is important to kids because it teaches kids about a historical event
How It affected people because people were killed, wounded, captured and forced to war. The event happened when the British evacuated Philadelphia and attacked Monmouth
Wounded, Captured, Killed, and Force Great Britain Wounded:641 Captured:60 Killed:289 Force: 14,500 US Colonies Wounded:40 Captured: 22 Killed:400 Force:11,000
Conclusion General lee was removed from the army for a year after the battle
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