dec 19, 1777 - George Washington and Forge Valley
George Washington had seen better days, because the American people had lost hope in their fight with the British. George Washington and his comrades went to Forge Valley so Washington can watch General Howe's army from a distance. They starved and lived under horrible conditions, so a quarter of them died, but the remaining army was strong and loyal. Meanwhile, Benjamin Franklin was getting French alliances to help the Americans. The tide has turned.
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The Revolutionary War
By: Daniel Laij