George Washington’s Genius and Boldness at Trenton and Princeton Changed History

| December 29 2013
Christopher Cook

As promised, here is an excerpt from “The 10 Days That Changed The World, Washington’s Crossing the Delaware.”

Fantastic production. Stirring and enlightening! (Why does it only have 4400 views?)

The 10 Days That Changed The World, Washington’s Crossing the Delaware. The Battles of Trenton and Princeton. A remarkable situation of two battles that changed everything for the War against the British (King George III). Previously there were a few small wins for the continental army and “The Battle of New York” nearly ended everything. Without these two battles there would have not been a United States of America.

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rofomoreno
rofomoreno

In today's ideological battles it seems the American grassroots rag tag loyalists are fighting on two fierce fronts. One clearly against the Left. The second front, against one another. Yet I am still confident, sooner than later, we will mutually agree on the foe and their instigators.