Did Washington fight in the army?
Washington didn't fight in any battles as the commander of the army. He gave his officers the battle plans and had them carry out the orders.
The continental army was the colonial army, led by General (later President) George Washington during the American Revolution (the fight for American Independence from Britain.)
Washington never picked up a gun and "fought" since he was commander of the entire army. He told his officers the battle plan and had them carry it out.
Washington fought in both the French and Indian war and the revolutionary war. George Washington fought as an officer in the British Army in the French and Indian Wars and later as Commander-in-Chief of the (American) Continental Army in the American war of Independence (the Revolutionary War).
Most people didnt want to fight the british in the revolution, the colonies were too poor to maintain a good army
As Commanding General of the American Continental Army , he was "The Father of his country".
he trained the continental army so they could fight on the revolutionary war
George Washington was NEVER a member of the British Royal Navy, but he did fight in the British Army during the French and Indian War
George Washington became a patriot after he join the Virginia military during the French and Indian War, and he became A leader of the army. He was chosen to be the Commander of the Continental Army when the thirteen colonies decided to fight the British. In 1789 George Washington became a President of the United States of America(a wonderful patriot).
Sense the Continental Army was losing their battles, George Washington decided to attack a British camp in Trenton to make the soldiers happier. Washington knew they would win the fight because Washington knew the Regulars would still be drowsy and sleepy at dawn. The British were not ready so early. This was the first battle the continental army won.
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He took farmers and made them into a fighting force able to fight the British. They were fighting the most powerful army of its time.
No -- he did not sign it and wasn't even there when it was signed. He was leading the army to fight the British :) I hope that answers your question :)
Yes Quakers do fight in wars. Quakers are a pacivist religion, but indiviual Quakers have fought in all of the wars that this country has engaged in. Nathanial Greene, Who George Washington said should be Commander in Chief of the contintanial Army if anything happened to Washington was raised a Quaker and practiced the religion. He was from Rhode Island, and so Quakers do fight in wars.
In the American Revolutionary War, George Washington personally led his army in battles from Massachusetts to Virginia. In addition he was commander in chief and in charge of all the armies in all the states.
George Washington fought for the Continental Army on July 3,1775 and although when he had 4 bullet shots in his coat and 2 horses shot under him,he escaped from injury and death.
The Washington based army was Pomonac
There were not enough volunteers, they were short on men. The British did it first and got many African Americans to fight for them.
The army that Washington led to fight off the Whiskey Rebellion showed that the federal government had more power than the state government, particularly the state of Pennsylvania.
George Washington was in two wars. The French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War. He was only a field grade officer during the French and Indian War. He tried to become an officer in the British Army. However, he got denied. Then when America started to pull away from Britian, George Washington declared his alligence to America and its cause. The people declared him the commanding general of the Continental Army. He then went… Read More
Yes, and there was a special unit of African American soldiers in the Union army. They had white officers and did fight in battles. A good movie on this is "Glory" with Denzal Washington. Very powerful.
You Don't Have to Be in the Army to Fight in the War was created in 1971.
George Washington joined the army in 1776.
Washington had Paine's stirring words read to his troops to inspire them to continue the fight for independence. The American soldiers terms fighting were almost up and Washington wanted them to have a reason to stay in the Army. Over all it was to gain the hope of the soldiers, even when Washington didn't have much.
the British army
they fight to serve our community
General George Meade needed to halt Lee's invasion of the North before it threatened Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Baltimore, or Washington DC. He forced Robert E. Lee to fight a battle that Lee had never planned for. The Army of the Potomac was successful in forcing Lee to retreat back to Virginia.
They know the territory better than the British, fight asymetrically for the most part, and their lower numbers are conducive to concealment and fast movement. And their commander was George Washington.
the Russian army
George Washington agreed to command the army in June of 1775
Yes, George Washington was put in charge of the American army
no george washington did not fight for the british hes fighting against the british
George Washington fought in the French and Indian War under the British. His first battle was the Battle of Fort Necessity. Washington had to surrender to the French. Then George Washington was picked by Congress to be Commander in Chief of the Revolutionary Army. Some of the battles he was in were: Battle of Trenton, Princeton, Brandywine, Saratoga, Long Island, Saratoga and Yorktown.
They were not winning the war so people wouldn't sign up until they won on Christmas night (back then it was illegal to fight a battle on Christmas) but he needed a win and since they won people signed up for the army again.
Infantry is the army, the men who fight, and who march into war. They are the "boots on the ground" and the men who fight battles on the ground.
George Washington became the Commander of the Army on June 19, 1775.
The colonists' army was officially known as the Continental Army, and its leader was George Washington. Washington, after the war, served as the nation's first president.
the continental army were trained to fight in hidden areas, while the british were trained to fight in open fields.
John Adams recommended George Washington to be commander of the Continental Army.
George Washington helped the Continental Army by giving them food, supplies,and money.
The Continental Army
he served in the u.s. army!
How do you not know this stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
the U.S army
Yes he did fight for the corruption.