American wars

 The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), also referred to as the American War of Independence was an armed conflict between Great Brittian and the American colonies
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4/19/1775 The Battles of Lexington and Concord--- Lexington and Concord Massachusetts
5/10/1775 The Siege of Fort Ticonderoga--- Fort Ticonderoga, New York
5/27/1775 The Battle of Chelsea Creek--- Suffolk County, Massachusetts
6/16/1775 The Battle of Bunker (Breeds) Hill Charlestown, Massachusetts
12/31/1775 The Battle of Quebec--- Quebec City, Province of Quebec
8/27/1776 The Battle of Long Island (Brooklyn Heights) Long Island, New York
10/28/1776 The Battle of White Plains--- White Plains, New York
11/16/1776 The Battle of Fort Washington--- Washington Heights, Manhattan, New York
12/26/1776 The Battle of Trenton---- Trenton, New Jersey
1/3/1777 The Battle of Princeton--- Princeton, New Jersy
8/6/1777 The Battle of Oriskany---- Oriskany, New York
8/16/1777 The Battle of Bennington---- Bennington, New York
9/11/1777 The Battle of Brandywine--- Near Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania
9/19/1777 The Battle of Saratoga (Freeman's Farm) Saratoga County, New York
10/4/1777 The Battle of Germantown---- Germantown, Pennsylvania
10/7/1777 The Battle of Saratoga (Bemis Heights) Saratoga County, New York
6/28/1778 The Battle of Monmouth--- Monmouth, New Jersey
12/29/1778 The Capture of Savannah---- Savannah, Georgia
3/29/1780 The Siege of Charleston--- Charleston, South Carolina
8/16/1780 The Battle of Camden--- North of Camden, South Carolina
10/7/1780 The Battle of King's Mountain--- Near Blackburn, SC and King's Mountain, NC
1/17/1781 The Battle of Cowpens--- Cowpens, South Carolina
3/15/1781 The Battle of Guilford Courthouse--- Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina
9/8/1781 The Battle of Eutaw Springs--- Near present-day Eutawville, South Carolina
10/9/1781 The Battle of Yorktown--- Yorktown, Virginia

War of 1812

The War of 1812 was a military conflict that lasted from June 1812 to February 1815, fought between the United States of America and the United Kingdom, its North American colonies, and its Native American allies.
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The Battle of Tippecanoe 1811
President vs. Belvidera
The Battles for Michilimackinac Island & Fort Dearborn
Raid on Gananoque
The Battle of Brownstown
The Battle of Maguaga
The Battle of Detroit
Constitution vs. Guerriere
The Battle of Queenston Heights
U.S.S. United States captures H.M.S. Macedonian
The Battle of Lacolle Mills
The Caledonia and the Detroit
Wasp vs Frolic
Search and Destroy Mission against the Tribes
The Battle of Frenchman's Creek
The Battle of Raison River or Frenchtown
The Battle of Ogdensburg
The Seige of Fort Meigs
The Battle of Fort York
The Battle of Fort Stephenson
The Capture of Fort George
Skirmish at Butler's Farm
Chesapeake vs. Shannon
The Battle of Stoney Creek
Battle of Forty Mile Creek
The Battle of Craney Island
The Battle of Beaverdams
Argus vs. Pelican
The "Hamilton" and the "Scourge"
The Capture of the "Julia" and the "Growler"
Enterprise vs. Boxer
The Battle of Lake Erie
The Battle of the Thames
The Battle of Sackets Harbour
The Burlington Races
The Battle of Chateauguay
Action at French Creek
The Battle of Crysler's Farm
The Burning of Newark
The Capture of Fort Niagara
The Burning of Buffalo
The Battle of Lacolle Mills
The Raid on Fort Oswego
The Battle of Sandy Creek
The Raids into Western Upper Canada
The Battle of Longwoods
The Capture of Fort Erie ... July 1814
The Battle of Chippawa
The Burning of St. David's
The Battle of Prairie du Chien
The Battle of Lundy's Lane
The Battle of Fort Mackinac
The Battle on the Nottawasaga
Capture of the Somers and Ohio
The Battle of Bladensburg
The Battle of Washington D.C.
The Battle of Baltimore - Fort McHenry
The Battle of Lake Champlain - Plattsburgh
The Seige at Fort Erie
The Capitulation of Maine
The Battle of Cook's Mills
The Battle of New Orleans
The Surrender of Fort Boyer
Capture of the U.S.S. President
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American civil war

The American Civil War was a civil war in the United States fought from 1861 to 1865. The Union faced the Confederate States of America. The Union won the war, which remains the bloodiest in U.S. history.
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Spanish American war April 1898 – August 1898 This war was fought between the Us and Spain. Hostilities began after an explosion on an American ship in Havana, Cuba. This led to the US intervention in the Cuban war for independence.
April 1898

April 25 – Bombardment of Matanzas, Cuba by US Navy  

May 1898

May 1 – Battle of Manila Bay; American Asiatic Squadron under Commodore George Dewey destroys Spanish Pacific Squadron under Admiral Patricio Montojo

May 11 – Battle of Cárdenas; Spanish gunboats defeat American gunboats 

May 11 – Battle of Cienfuegos; the US cuts telegraph cable at Cienfuegos after two failed attempts 

May 12 – Admiral William T. Sampson bombards San Juan, Puerto Rico 

May 31 – US Fleet skirmishes with Cristóbal Colón and the fortifications of Santiago, Cuba 

June 1898

June 3 – Failed effort to block harbor mouth at Santiago with the scuttling of collier Merrimac, sunk by the Spanish Navy 

June 10 – US Marines land at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 

June 21 – Guam captured by US forces; Wake Island soon follows

June 21 – Cuban guerillas land at Sigua, Cuba 

June 22 – Second San Juan; USS Saint Paul maintains a blockade 

June 22 – US troops land at Daiquiri, Cuba; they find Spanish positions abandoned 

June 23 – Skirmish at Las Guasimas, Cuba, Cuban rebels driven back 

June 24 – Battle of Las Guasimas; US troops under General Joseph Wheeler encounter Spanish resistance under General Antero Rubin 

June 28 - Third Battle of San Juan; US auxiliary cruiser defeats a Spanish squadron 
June 30 – Battle of Tayacoba; US landing effort repulsed by Spaniards 

June 30 – First Battle of Manzanillo; a US naval force attempts to clear the harbor but is repulsed 

July 1898

July 1 – Second Battle of Manzanillo; two American gunboats attempt to reconnoiter the harbor but are forced to flee

'July 2 Third Battle of Manzanillo 

July 1 – Battles of the Santiago Heights: Battle of Kettle Hill and San Juan Hill 

July 2 Battle of El Caney 

July 3 – Siege of Santiago begins; Battle of Santiago de Cuba; Cervera's squadron destroyed 

July 10 – Santiago, Cuba bombarded by US Navy

July 17 – Spanish garrison of Santiago surrenders after weeks of siege

July 21 – Battle of Nipe Bay American gunboats defeat Spanish gunboats and clear the bay 

July 23 – Battle of Mani-Mani; Spanish prevent the landing of Cuban reinforcements 

July 25 – Puerto Rican Campaign; US troops begin the invasion of Puerto Rico 

July 28 – US troops defeated at Battle of Fajardo 
July 31 – Night attack by Spanish on US lines outside Manila, Philippines

August 1898

August 11 – US Troops enter Mayagüez, Puerto Rico; Spanish troops encircle the city to fight a battle that never occurs 

August 13 – Battle of Manila; US Troops capture Manila, Philippines

World War 1 also known as the great war or the war to end all wars. Started on July 28, 1914, and ended on November 11, 1918
Top 10 deadliest battles of ww1.

1.  Hundred Days Offensive (1,855,369 total casualties)

2.  Spring Offensive (1,539,715 total casualties)

3.  Battle of the Somme (1,219,201 total casualties)
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4.  Battle of Verdun (976,000 total casualties)

5.  Battle of Passchendaele (848,614 total casualties estimated)

6.  Serbian Campaign (633,500+ total casualties)

7.  First Battle of the Marne (483,000 total casualties)

8.  Battle of Gallipoli (473,000 total casualties)

9.  Battle of Arras (278,000 total casualties)

10.  Battle of Tannenberg (182,000 total casualties)