The Battles And Valley Forge

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  • The Battle Of Brooklyn
  • Such a catastrophic defeat for these so-called "Americans." Pity though, that their general could evade capture... If only Washington hadn't escaped, this pointless war would already end with British victory!
  • The Battle Of Trenton
  • Our Hessians are so few and exhausted... if the Americans were to come, we could lose New Jersey!
  • The Battle Of Saratoga
  • It was victory... yet at a cost. Even as our troops dwindle, the Americans amass allies, throwing our men to the grave.
  • This was the Revolution's first official battle, resulting in a staggering patriot defeat. Although the Continental Army suffered tragic losses, General Washington was able to trick British troops and escape New York, ultimately living to fight another day.
  • The Southern Campaigns 
  • Fire the grapeshots! Even at the cost of our own men, we must win! 
  • The Battle Of Trenton, fought in New Jersey, gave the patriots control of the state, after claiming victory against tired and outnumbered Hessians. It boosted colonial morale, along with the Battle of Princeton.
  • The Battle Of Yorktown
  • Surrounded by the French navy and American army...how bitter a final defeat.
  • The Battle Of Saratoga, or "The Turning Point Of The Revolution," forced the British to lose hundreds of men, resulting in a pyrrhic victory. This prompted the French to support the Americans, as they began sending armies and navies to their aid.
  • Valley Forge
  • I endure what my men will...
  • The Battle Of Guilford Courthouse, the last major battle in the Southern Campaigns, was won by the British, though at a heavy cost. General Cornwallis made an extremely risky decision, to fire projectiles straight into the bloody combat, killing many of his own men.
  • After being met on a peninsula with enemy forces on the waters and land, the British were finally forced to surrender, as the war had already spanned much time and wasted effort.
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