The location of the battle was in Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts. The weather was 55-65 degrees F, with calm winds. The commanders for the British were: Lieutenant-General Hugh Percy, Major John Pitcairn, and Major-General Francis Smith. The commanders for the U.S colonies were: Colonel James Barrett, Colonel John Buttrick, Dr. Joseph Warren, John Parker, and William Heath. For the British 1,500 men were forced to fight, 73 men were killed, 174 men were wounded, and 53 men were captured by the colonist. For the U.S colonies 3,800 men were forced to fight, 49 men were killed, 39 men were wounded, and 0 men were captured by the British.