What did George Washington do for the Quebec war?
Washington took no part in the Quebec Campaign. Benedict Arnold, General Mongomery, and Daniel Morgan were the American commanders of that ill-advised fiasco.
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George Washington was a young British officer at the age of 21. He was given the job of warning the French that they must leave the Ohio Valley, and also spied to find out how strong the French were. In 1754, his very first troops open fired on the French. They were the first shots of the war. The F…rench leader was killed and his men surrendered. So, Washington started the war. ( Full Answer )
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).
Answer . the American Revolutionary War the American relovetion he became prientet in 1789-1797 he died in december14,1799
Yes he was in the revolutionary war, but only as the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental (American) Army from 1775-1783. Also he was a great leader. He also could not get killed.
After the war Washington Went home to his Mount Vernon to his wife Martha Washington; George also told the town he was becoming blind. Then about 3-5 years later he died with a fever he was 67.
he was important to the war because he was the leader for the colonists and he was the one who trained the 14,000 men they had
George Washington was involved in the French and Indian war and The revolutionary war. The French and Indian war was about Britain fighting with the French over land west of the Appalachian mountains. Indians were involved as allies of the French because the French was trappers who traded with the I…ndians unlike the British who settled and took over the land. Washington was a minor officer for the British in this war, but gained some valuable military experience. The Revolutionary war was about the colonists fighting for independence against Britain. George Washington was the supreme commander of the colonial forces that won independence from Britain and made him a hero. ( Full Answer )
He won the revolutionary war in the winter of 1783, when he attacked on Christmas day, taking the British completely by surprise.
Yes, he did. Kind of surprising don't you think? Because the war was pretty intense.
George Washington was commissioned by the British Army as aLieutenant Colonel in the French and Indian War. He was thecommander in chief if the American colonists in the RevolutionaryWar.
The Revolutionary War was the one most people would associate with George Washington. But he also participated in the French and Indian War, fighting with the Virginia Militia in support of the British fighting the French (the opposite scenario occurred 11 years later in the American Revolution).
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 Washingto…n declared his alligence to America and its cause. The people declared him the commanding general of the Continental Army. He then went on to fight and lead the army in the Revolutionary War. ( Full Answer )
George Washington was 43 when he was appointed Commander in Chief of the Continental Army.
His first war was the French and Indian War where he served in the British army.
He was a commander chief and he took command of the troopos surrounding British occupied Boston.
he had good startgdy and he was smart with what he did in the wart and some battles the british surrendered
He became the first president of the United states of America. He wrote the US constitution and was part of the "Bill of Rights". He also served for two years as president then declined the third year and made it a law saying that the president can only serve for two years. He died December 14, 1799… at mount Vernon, Virginia at age 67. He has a sculpture of his head on mount Rushmore. ( Full Answer )
In the revolutionary war George Washington was the leader of all the soldiers in the 13 colonies. He led are country to great victory, and now we the people of America have our freedom. yes he was the leader of the patriots side (which is the American side)if he wasnt there the patriots would of l…ost the war ( Full Answer )
George Washington fought in several battles. The AmericanRevolution, the Battle of Brandywine, the Battle of Germantown andthe Battle of Fort Washington were among a few.
He was 44 when he took command of the Continental Army and 49 when Cornwallis surrendered to him, virtually ending the war.
Did george washington win the war? ask . com it didnt really answer anything :/
No, George Washington was not alive during the civil war, but hewas a major part of the Revolutionary War. He was born in 1732 anddied in 1799. The Civil War didn't even begin until 1861.
Yes. George Washington was captured by the French in 1754 during the French and Indian War.
George Washington played a large role in the American Revolution.He trained, organized, and lead troops in the war effort.Additionally, Washington became the face of the Revolution, bothpolitically and strategically.
Yes. George Washington fought in two wars the French and Indian War(also known as the Seven Years War) from 1754-1763, and theAmerican Revolution War from 1775-1781.And he also fought in thewar of 1978
George Washington joined the war because he had to he was made to join every man had to join and he did he was commander and chief for a while and then he died
No. George Washington lived from 1732 to 1799. World War 2 was from 1939 to 1945, about 200 years after George Washington lived.
\n. He led Pickett's charge in the Battle of Gettysburg on the third day which determined who would win.
The American Revolution. He did a stint in the French and Indian war but he didn't lead anyone to victory.
No, but it was a part of his life. As a young man he tried to join the British Navy as a ship boy and his mother pulled him off the ship. In his 20's he became a British officer in the French and Indian war. I think he saw war and rank as a means to improve his station in life.
George Washington served in the French and Indian Wars and had command of the Continental Army during the American War of independence. This was before he became President of the United States.. During his Presidency, the United States was not engaged in any war.
he was intelligent because he faute against is own then switch back to his own kind
George Washington was a Congressional delegate from Virginia when hostilities began in 1775. On June 15, the Continental Congress appointed him Commander-in-Chief of the colonial forces. The Americans were victorious and signed the Treaty of Paris on September 3, 1783. Washington gave up his militar…y position on November 1, 1783. ( Full Answer )
George Washington led the American Revolutionary War as general. It is said that once he was in a bloody battle amongst the Native Americans and he was the only person that survived without a scratch--even his horses were killed while he was riding them.
George Washington was fought in the Revolutionary war, he was a commander of the Second Continental Army. And he was a commander of Virginian army during French and Indian War.
George Washington was 21 when he became a major in the Virginia Militia in 1753, and 22 when he fought in the prelude to the French and Indian War (1754-1758). Washington was 43 at the start of the Revolutionary War (1775-1783) and 51 when it ended. He led the Continental Army as its commander-in…-chief. ( Full Answer )
No one. He was dead well over a 100 years by 1861. Washington was commander of the American troops in the revolution.
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. .
He was certainly a Patriot and an old soldier. Few on this earth actually have a lust for warfare. Some classes and cultures have advanced it as a rite of passage just as some abhor war in any form. Washington may have seen it as inevitable and about 20% saw it as unjustified. A few of the best and …the brightest may have seen a war with the United Kingdom as immpossible to win. ( Full Answer )
George Washington Carver was born in 1864 near Diamond Grove, Missouri on the farm of Moses Carver. He was born into difficult and changing times near the end of the Civil War. He did not fight in the civil war but he was a person suffering from it.
He led many groups of untrained farmers/continental soldiers to attack the British, though they lost some battles, they won some very important battles, without him the Americans probably wouldn't have won the war.
George Washington was an army general during the revolutionary war before he was elected president
yes, he was a general in the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary war where America gained their Independence from England.
He is significant becuase he led the American forces for most of the war. His leadership and strategy was essential to the American victory.
Well.. His last one? Duhh. He probally died in it or something. Got hurt. George Washington is a clutz. Just saying. -Alexis
The French and Indian war (which is known outside of America as the Seven Years war), and the American Revolution.
George Washington fought in the French & Indian Wars, and was the Commander and Chief of Colonial Forces during the Revolutionary War.
No. The Revolutionary War ended before the new government was set up and Washington became the first President. Britain and France were busy fighting each other in Europe.
He returned to his farm and his distillery. A few years later, hewas elected as President of the new United States, after theratification of the Constitution.
George Washington contributed by leading the American forces tovictory and, spending time training his army for war.