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 Fort Ticonderoga [OPEN]

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PostSubject: Fort Ticonderoga [OPEN]   Thu Dec 18, 2014 8:51 pm

On April 19, 1775 the Revolutionary War had begun with the skirmishing at Lexington and Concord Massachusetts. Once the British detachment retreated to Boston, the Siege of Boston began. As the rebels continued to gather around Boston, they realized that they did not have the munitions or cannon to carry out successful siege or military operations.
Fort Ticonderoga, which is located on Lake Champlain, became an objective for its stores of munitions and the strategic position of control that it held over the waterways to Canada.
As a result, expeditions began to be planned to capture the fort. At the request of the Connecticut Assembly, Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys of Vermont set out from Hartford on April 28. Meanwhile, Benedict Arnold, who had been on his way to participate in the siege at Boston, convinced the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to authorize his expedition.When Arnold learned of Ethan Allen's expedition, he left his men behind and hurried to catch up with Ethan Allen. Arnold caught up with Allen and tried to take command of the expedition on the authority of the Massachusetts Committee of Safety, but since he had none of his own men and the Green Mountain Boys would not follow him, it was agreed that the two men would share command.On the night of May 9, 1775, about 100 men crossed Lake Champlain and at dawn on May 10th. Victor Baudin was one of those men. He was told by an aquantince of his, Connor Kenway, to go with one of the platoons. "Right Men!" Allen Yelled. "Inside This base will be at least a couple hundred Redcoats! Lets send these Bastards Back To 'ell!" The men started cheering, as Arnold Made his way to Victor. "The commander of this fort is a Templar. Take 'im out. Connor told me of your cause." Victor Never liked Arnold. "Right." He whispered. "Lets Do this."
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