You covered most of Bunker Hill with elan, though Ferling carries essential details you needed to include. With the British fleet’s arrival at Boston, there were three principal commanders of the British Army, Lord William Howe, Sir Henry Clinton, and John Burgoyne. All three would share the blame for the upcoming invasion of upstate New York and its defeat at Saratoga. I would like for you to compare and contrast these three generals. What were their qualifications? Which one do you think is most to blame for the 1777 defeat that resulted in the capture of the British Army at Saratoga?