Battle Of Brandywine

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American History

 

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Crissy B

 

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July 3, 2016

 

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University

 

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In analyzing this battle, I will discuss several key factors in terms of METT-TC, OAKOC, and the Principles of War that influenced the outcome of the British capturing Philadelphia (To emphasize these principles I will italicize METT-TC, OAKOC). In July 1777, the British landed off the coast of New Jersey with an armanda of more that 260 ships carrying there 17,000 troops...
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There landing area was on the northern end of present day Chesapeake Bay, about 40-50 miles southwest of Philadelphia. The British faced logistical problems because of the terrain which was a narrow river neck that was shallow and muddy. General Washington on the other hand had the advantage of Observation and fields of fire, and key terrain by placing his troops on the high ground between Head of Elk and Philadelphia to defend against the British...
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