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American Revolutionary War History



1776 - King George III acknowledged that it was not going well for Britain in the war in the war with the United States.

1776 - General George Washington chose to withdraw his forces to New Jersey before British General Howe could plan another attack with his newly arrived reinforcements.




Revolutionary War Quotes

"I am wearied to death all day with a variety of perplexing circumstances, disturbed at the conduct of the militia, whose behavior and want of discipline has done great injury to the other troops, who never had officers, except in a few instances, worth the bread they eat."
- George Washington, in a letter to his nephew on September 30, 1776

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