The Loss of New York by George M. Wrong

This is chapter 4 from the book “Washington and His Comrades in Arms, A Chronicle of the War of Independence” by George M. Wrong
It covers a stunning turning point in the fortunes of war. The British had mounted a massive campaign against the rebels and good reports of it kept flowing to London. Then General Washington managed a series of clever and bold maneuvers that caused the British to pull back and take him seriously. Even Frederick the Great of Prussia thought them to be brilliant.

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