General Gage controlled Massachusetts for a time. It seemed like everywhere we turned his troops and spies were waiting for us. During the French and Indian War, Gage and George Washington served alongside each other in the British army. During the American Revolutionary War though they would meet again as opponents. Gage served as commander-in-chief of all British Forces in North America from 1763-1774. He shaped and implemented the Intolerable Acts as a punishment for the Boston Tea Party. After his loss at the Battle of Bunker Hill he was relieved of his duty in the colonies and returned to England.
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