George Washington in the Revolution

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Wars

 

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Daniel B

 

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December 6, 2015

 

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University

 

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At election, he had not so much as drilled a regiment in fifteen years. In all manner of words, he was severely limited in military experience, a fact he was well aware of. Despite his actual lack of ability, Washington presented the image of military leadership; a visage that instilled confidence in his men...
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He dressed his tall stature of six foot two impeccably, always in his fine parade uniform, and carried himself like a gentleman accustomed to high position and respect. Though, his manner set him apart and even above others, he was always described as a friendly and modest man. His first military victory, the expulsion of the British from Boston in the March of 1776, was the end of a nine month siege that began after the retreat of the British from the Battles of Lexington and Concord...
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