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George Washington

George Washington

Battle-hardened in the French and Indian War, George Washington took his combat experience and led his First Continental Army to victory in the Revolutionary. Despite an army that was outnumbered and outgunned, Washington's brilliant guerilla tactics ultimately defeated the powerful British Army in one of the greatest military upset of all time.


Region: USA
Weapons: 6 pound cannon, Pennysylvania long rifle, and Colichemarde sword
Reign: 1775-1797
Key Battles: On a cold and stormy night of December 25/26, he re-crossed the Delaware in a surprise attack against the Hessian garrison of Trenton, New Jersey, and captured nearly 900 prisoners.