Monmouth Courthouse 1778: The last great battle in the north (Campaign)

Monmouth Courthouse 1778: The last great battle in the north (Campaign)


The conflict of Monmouth Courthouse used to be not just the final significant motion within the Northern theater, it used to be additionally the longest and hardest-fought engagement of the complete innovative struggle (1775-1783). while the British deserted Philadelphia to come back to manhattan urban, American troops pressured their retreat. at the morning of 28 June 1778, normal Lee, George Washington's lieutenant, attacked the British rearguard yet his assault went badly improper. The British rearguard, now strengthened, threw Lee's troops right into a headlong retreat. Lee was once relieved of his command and Washington's Continentals then stood toe-to-toe with the British, bloodily repulsing a chain of strong assaults via crack troops.

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