The Revolutionary War in Four Minutes: Washington's Crossing
Civil War Trust
Kristopher White of the Civil War Trust dives into the truths and myths of George Washington crossing the Delaware River on December 25, 1776, the action that led to the turning of the Revolutionary War.
VIDEO | Garry Adelman highlights the importance of the Battle of Second Trenton, part of the Ten Crucial Days that kept the American Revolution alive from Washington's Crossing to the Battle of Princeton.
VIDEO | Join Kristopher White of the American Battlefield Trust as he details the Battle of Princeton, the third and final battle of the Ten Crucial Days which gave new life to the American Revolution in January of 1777. Learn how Washington’s clever maneuver around British General Charles Cornwallis resulted in the surrender of 194 British troops in Nassau Hall of Princeton University. This was a critical win for the Continental Army, their first against British regulars.
VIDEO | Chris Kolakowski explains British strategy during the Revolutionary War, putting the American conflict in context along with the other major conflicts that were shaking the world in the late 1700s.
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