Valley Forge

No actual battle was fought at . Although, it was the turning point of the Revolutionary War. It was here that the Continental army was desperately against the ropes tired from the battle, bloody, beaten, and just about ready to quit. Even George Washington, at one point, said "If the army does not get help soon, in all likelihood, it will disband." Early into the six-month encampment, the soldiers were riddled with disease and famine. Death was a common site on the camp. The raw weather stung and numbed the soldiers. Empty stomachs were common. The future promised only more desperation and hunger. Many could not take the cold weather, lack of food, and uncertainty of living. There were ...

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news of the French alliance, and with it the French military and financial support. On June 19, 1778, exactly six months after they first arrived, a new and improved army steamed out of . Eager to fight the British, they had been transformed from rebels to a mature and forceful army.
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