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  1. Battle of Forts Clinton and Montgomery West Point, New York, United States of America The Battle of Forts Clinton and Montgomery was an American Revolutionary War battle fought in the highlands of the Hudson River valley, not far from West Point, on October 6, 1777. British forces ...more Battle of Long Island

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  2. Clinton rallied troops and sent reinforcements to attack the Continental Army’s position during the Battle of Bunker Hill and helped secure a British victory. In 1776, he accompanied a failed British mission to capture Charleston and offset that loss with two successful campaigns in New York and Long Island .

  3. Find a Grave, database and images ( accessed ), memorial page for Henry Clinton Battles (21 Sep 1898–14 Jun 1984), Find a Grave Memorial ID 82110360, citing Chester Cemetery, Chesterland, Geauga County, Ohio, USA; Maintained by Nancy Kapitanec (contributor 48819726) .

  4. Henry Clinton fue un militar y político británico, conocido principalmente por su servicio como general durante la Guerra de Independencia de Estados Unidos. Tras su llegada a Boston en mayo de 1775, entre 1778 y 1782 ocupó el cargo de comandante en jefe para Norte América. Además de su carrera militar, ocupó asiento en el Parlamento Británico gracias a la influencia de Henry Pelham. Años después llegó a ser nombrado Gobernador de Gibraltar, pero falleció antes de ...

  5. 14/02/2020 · In January 1776, Clinton took a small fleet and sailed down to South Carolina, arriving sometime in May, and launched an attack on Charleston in June. The Battle of Sullivan’s Island was a complete failure for the British. One ship was grounded, and the incomplete fort was made of spongy palmetto logs, which absorbed the impact of the cannonballs.

  6. Clinton was back with the 2nd Battalion coming out of winter quarters, at Paderborn in February 1761 and with the unit at the Battle of Villinghausen on 16 July 1761, then under Prince Ferdinand, the Hereditary Crown Prince, at the crossing of the Diemel, near Warburg, in August, before wintering near Bielefeld.

  7. Sir Henry Clinton, (born April 16?, 1730?—died December 23, 1795, Cornwall, England), British commander in chief in America during the Revolutionary War. The son of George Clinton, a naval officer and administrator, Henry joined the New York militia in 1745 as a lieutenant. He went to London in 1749 and was commissioned in the British army in 1751.

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