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  • Trenton and Princeton 1776-77by David Bonk; Graham Turner

    Osprey Publishing 2012; US$ 15.95

    Following the battle of White River and the fall of Forts Washington and Lee during the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783), George Washington withdrew his army, crossing the Delaware River to regroup. However, with morale at a critical low and the terms of enlistment of many of his troops set to expire, Washington decided on one more strike before... more...

  • Trenton and Princeton 1776-77by David Bonk; Graham Turner

    Osprey Publishing Ltd 2012; US$ 15.95

    Pursued by British forces, Washington and his remaining 5,000 men resolved on a risky strike against the British and Hessian positions across the Delaware River. Crossing the river, Washington took the Trenton garrison for the loss of only four men, before outflanking Cornwallis' 8,000-strong force and marching on Princeton. His military reputation... more...

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