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Who won the battle of New York City quizlet?

Who won the battle? The British won, 20,000- 10,000. The British lost about 20,000 troops and the American lost about 10,000 troops.

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Thereof, who won the battle of New York?

British forces defeat Patriots in the Battle of Brooklyn. During the American Revolution, British forces under General William Howe defeat Patriot forces under General George Washington at the Battle of Brooklyn (also known as the Battle of Long Island) in New York.

Subsequently, question is, for whom was the battle of New York City a victory? British

In respect to this, what were the important results of the Battle of New York?

The Battle of Long Island was a decisive victory for the British. George Washington and the Continental Army were eventually forced to retreat all the way to Pennsylvania. The British remained in control of New York City for the rest of the Revolutionary War.

What was the outcome of the British attack on New York?

New York and New Jersey campaign

Date July 1776 – March 1777
Location New York and New Jersey
Result New York: British victory British control New York City for the rest of the war New Jersey: American victory Americans retain control of New Jersey Continental Army preserved

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