Throughout the duration of Battle Road many solidiers on both sides
gave their lives for their cause. Many of the Colonial soldiers that
died on Battle Road have been
commemorated in some way. They have their names etched into history
for all to see. The British soldiers on the other hand have been tossed
to the side, forgotten, they're just brits anyway right? No! They gave
their lives for their country and what they thought was right. But where
in the text books does it say that 73 brave British solidiers gave
their life? They
also should have the right to remembered and honored. This is to them.
The British Grave at North Bridge
Written, perpared and uploaded by Jacob Klickstein, Isaac Klickstein, and Susan Lester.
"The die is now cast; the colonies must either submit or
triumph.... we must not retreat."
King George III, In a letter to Lord North, 1774