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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Valley Forge V.S Battle Trenton V.S Revulutonairy War Allison and Jeff Valley Forge Battle of Trenton Revolutonary War -This battle was against the colonists and the British-While the British was warm, feed, and well clothed in Philadelphia the colonists were freezing, barely clothed,andin desperate need of nutritional food-This battle started in 1777 -Through out the cold months Mrs. Washington, also known as the first lady, sent out woven blankets for the troop, clothes, and as many items as she could -This "battle" was a symbol of independence and bravery so Washington would push his troops to keep going and stay strong when many people were on the verge of dying or giving up-Through out the diseases, starvation, flu infested, lack of good food and water, and actual deaths in the battlea total of approximately 25,000 deaths! -The British wanted freedom from England-The tension between England, and Soon to be America, grew as the English men wanted to have control over the Colonists' money, government and overallways-many battles happened throughout this time periodincluding The Stamp Act, The Boston Massacre,The Boston Tea Party, Battle of Lexington andConcord, Battle at Bunker Hill, Valley Forge,And Battle at Trenton Valley Forge was the "resting/preparing time for the Colonists while preparing for the Battle of Trenton These all were important events that lead upto America being free and independent The Valley Forge was a great resource for all of those who had been in the revelutionary war. Valley Forge Revolutonary War -The battle had occurred on the day after Christmas-Washington had took his men to do a surprise attack on the British and the Hessian.-This battle was good because it could prepare them for the next battle which was the battle of Princeton-Wahington had succesfully captured 1000 of John Raul's in the battle of Trenton Battle of Trenton These two connect together because of the event that had led up to it after the battle of Trenton. For example it helped show the power of the colonists from the british.
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