revolutionary war contribute of George Washington

revolutionary war contribute of George Washington
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  • Instead of doing a secrete attack like last time i can do something different
  • It would be an honor! 
  • we would like you to lead the continental army
  • In 1753, 21 year old George Washington was put on a mission to confront the French and made a small attack that caused the French & Indian war
  • Washington's French & Indian war experience taught him many important lessons in being a leader that he incorporated into his revolutionary war actions. 
  • In June of 1775, congress ordered Washington to take charge of the continental army.
  •  Despite having few amount of practice in leading large military groups Washington proved to be a capable and admirable leader by helping to lead Americans to victory by using strategies that he learned from some failures and victories
  • Even though George Washington lost more battles than he won, he was still known as one of the most important leaders in the battles; especially his contribute in the revolutionary war.
  • In  1789 George Washington became Americas first president.
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