For the Navy see Commander-in-Chief, North American Station. The office of
Commander-in-Chief, North America was a military position of the British Army.
Setback and defeat in 1757 marked the nadir of British fortune. James
Abercromby's appointment as commander in chief in North America in early 1758
On the outbreak of the war the American colonies were, from North to South; New
.... Major General Clinton succeeded Howe as British commander in America.
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... of Great Britain's 13 North American colonies and the colonial government,
which ... to form a Continental Army, with Washington as its commander in chief.
Sep 21, 2015 ... Thomas Gage, the commander of all British troops in North America. At Gage's
headquarters in Boston, he had four regiments—perhaps 4,000 ...
Sep 4, 2011 ... Two British tank officers, somewhere in the North African War Zone, on .... right,
commander-in-chief in North Africa, jokes with four American ...
Lieutenant General Thomas Gage, the British North American commander-in
chief had commanded four regiments of British regulars of about 4,000 men.
Following the British successes in North Africa, Prime Minister Winston Churchill
..... After the American debacle at Kasserine Pass, command of the U.S. II Corps ...
Resigned following Bunker Hill, but remained in command until October 10, 1775
. Maj. General Sir William Howe (1775-1778) - Replaced General Gage on ...
It ended with the fall of Fort Duquesne to the combined British and colonial forces
. He was a ... of Canada and to command French forces in North America.