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Where is Valley Forge?
This ANSWER is WRONG Valley forge; is where Washington and his men, which were the minutemen of the era, stayed for l winter. it was …harsh and desperate.They were barefoot in the bitter cold.Most were starving freezing to death and were wrapped in just rags. frostbite and other things gnawed at the men until they thought there was no hope. Then a man named Baron Fredrich William von Stuben rallied the men and taught them how to be professional soldiers. when spring came they marched out of Valley forge and defeated the British soldiers.Most got sick or died after tha war.
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it was von steuben...r u doing a crossword puzzle by any chance??
Washington and his army along with French soldiers marched south from New York to meet Lafayette. The two armies met. They surrounded Cornwallis and his British soldiers…. Cornwallis surrendered his army to Washington. On October 9, 1781 after 6 years the Revolutionary War was over. In 1783 the Americans and the British signed a peace treaty in Paris, France
It was inportant because after the hardships of Valley Forge, the American army was stronger, prouder, and better trained. It is as simpla as that.
Yes, Valley Forge IS haunted. I live in Phoenixville, So I've heard alot about it. The phoenixille library is haunted as well, of a man and his dog who causes books to fall do…wn. in valley forge, they hear cries, moans, seeing apparations of men in uniform; if you happen to go there, they say over by the bridge, there is a man on a horse. take a visit, take pictures; hopfully you can spot spirit photos.
Because they didn't had the supplies such as food and clothing. Also, there were illnesses such as smallpox. About 3,000 people died.
Valley Forge is located in Pennsylvania. It was the location where George Washington and the Continental Army spent the winter of 1777-1778 during the American War for Ind…ependence. Some people also died because of low food supply and illness
The Continental Army left Valley Forge,Pennsylvania exactly 6 months after they arrived.
Answer December 1777 to June 1778
There was no battle at valley forge. the Continental army stoped there during the winter and trained. and they had very little supplies so the german and russian were involved…
Valley Forge is a place. It was 20 miles from Philadelphia.
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There was no battle at Valley Forge. Valley Forge was the winter camp of Washington's troops.
Washington decided to move his troops to Valley Forge because it was near Philadelphia, where the Continental Congress met, and it was in a small Valley in which they would be… more protected from the weather.
there was no battle in Valley Forge. While the British were in Philadelphia the continental army was in Valley Forge for the winter. It was very cold and lots of them did not …have clothes or shoes. the British did not attack so the American just tried to stay alive :::::::::::::::::::::::::Additional Information being added :::::::: Response from : Shane J. Filomena: What was to be the last major engagement of 1777 at the Battle of White Marsh : Washington's Militia , little more then a Rebel Force at the time was retreated for the Winter to Valley Creek ( Valley Forge ) : 18 NorthWest of Philadelphia . The Biggest "Battle" of Valley Forge was the Soldiers Vs. Starvation, Disease ,Desertion and Death. The Conway Cabal : a movement to remove George Washington from his post existed at this time : However, by April of 1778 with the reposting of several key persons in Government, supplies ( General Nathanael Greene, Head of The Commissary Department ) and training ( Done under the direction of a Mercenary, Baron von Steuben ) began to transform the militia to an Army Force. Once France joined the Americans in May of 1778, their assistance led to better weapons and funding. The Real Battle of Valley Forge was one of perseverance and Determination.
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It was the winter camp, not a battle.It wasn't all war. Many went home to take care of the family farm. There were so many they were called "sunshine patriots". The colonies w…ere 95% farmers. In Valley Forge there is a fable about the men starving, not having shoes, and in the cold. This is not true. Federal park historians have found that they were well fed, clothed, and in warm huts. The officer wives joined their husbands. Washington in his letters to Congress couldn't admit this because he knew they would cut funds. So, he spun a story. The 10,000 man army was supplied each month with a million pounds of flour, a million pounds of meat and fish. Each man was allotted more than 3 pounds of flour, meat, and fish per day.