Washington marching his men close to the Delaware River, and being careful/ watching out for any enemy troops/ armies.
Washington arguing with General John Glover about the crossing of the Delaware River. Washington and Glover are still figuring out how to cross during the night time and how to cross the river safely.
WE SHALL ATTACK AT DAWN, MEN!
Fast forward 24 hours, and Washington and his army aregetting ready to cross the river and then crossing the Delaware River.
By this point, the river has been successfully crossed by Washington and all of his men. Now, they continue marching, but not for long, for they have to get some sleep to be able to attack the enemy in the morning.
Now, Washington and his men are camping out on the enemy's side of the river until sunrise, then they are going to march to the Hessian's town, and attack.
In this scene, Washington and the Continental Army are attacking the Hessian Army on December 26, 1776.