What is the continental army and who led it?
The army that was used to protect the united states of america after it broke away from britain and become its own country, there were different leaders and one was George washington
George Washington led the continental army.
The American Revolutionary War was fought by the Continental Army. The army was led by General George Washington.
George Washington led the Continental Army to victory against the British.
George Washington led the Continental army during the battle of Saratoga and the battle of Trenton. George Washingtonled the Continental army during the battle of Saratoga and the battle of Trenton.
What role did George Washington play in the Continental Congress and how did that lead to him becoming commander of the Continental Army?
he led the army and other things.
the subject is he.
Who was a Virginian military man who served with the Virginia Rangers and later led the Continental Army?
George Washington was a Virginian military man who served with the Virginia Rangers and later led the Continental Army.
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.)
General George Washington led the Continental Army and the states' militias in the war against England.
It is George Washington
There were two commanding officers at the Siege of Yorktown. General George Washington led the American Continental Army and Comte de Rochambeau led the French Army.
There are several things that led to the British defeat at the battle of Yorktown. The combination of the American Continental army and the French army overpowered the British Army which was forced to surrender.
Who was the first commander of the continental army who led to the victory at Trenton and Princeton?
George Washington led the Continental army during the war of independence. Correct me if i am wrong.
The Continental Army led by George Washington and the French Army commanded by the Comte of Rochambeau.
He led the continental army.
Who was the first commander of the Continental army and led your men to victory and Trenton and Princeton?
Well George Washington led it, but there wasn't really any hero...
He was voted almost unanimously by the 2nd Continental Congress.
The Continental Army was the military force of colonists and their supporters, led by Gen. George Washington, who fought for American independence from Britain during the Revolutionary War (1776-1781).
They selected him to lead the Continental Army, which led to separation.
George Washington was commander-in-chief of the Continental Army from beginning to end.
He led the Continental Army in the Revolutionary War.
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The American victory at Saratoga was essential in convincing the French that the Continental Army could realistically defeat the British Army in the field. The belief that there was a realistic chance of Continental victory in the war if the French lent their support, led the French to intervene against the British and on behalf of the Continental Army.
He was the commanding general of the Continental Army, and led the Americans to independence from England.
General George Washington led the Continental Army of America along with the colonial militias of each colony in the American Revolution.
The British army fought the Continental Army (American Army).
the American revolutionary war army. it consisted of whites and eventually African American slaves. some were promised freedom if they fought in the war. it was led by George Washington. It was the resolution of the continental congress in 1775.
George Washington led his Continental Army to Valley Forge, PA. They were just 20 miles from the British, who took over colonists' houses in Philadelphia, PA.
In my opinion, his command of the Continental Army led to the defeat of the British, won independence for the colonies, which led to the creation of the United States of America.
George Washington led the Continental Army which fought the British during the Revolutionary War (war for independence from Britain).
The Continental Army was formed in 1775.
George Washington was elected president after the United States of America got rid of the Articles of Confederation primarily due to his war leadership in commanding American Troops during The American Revolutionary War. The American Continental Army was the only "standing army" (militia weren't standing armies) for George Washington to command so this makes it clearly apparent that George Washington is the one who led the American Continental Army during the American Revolution.
Britain was an established army. The Continental Army was not.
The.French of France helped the Continental Army and the Spanish of Spain also helped the Continental Army
The actual Continental Army was commanded by General George Washington, but there were scattered bands of militia throughout the colonies that were led by their own leaders.
George Washington was a member of the continental army
who was the drill master of the continental army
he was the leader/commander of the Continental army
At Saratoga - General Horatio Gates. At Trenton - Gen. George Washington.
The Continental Army was formed on June 14, 1775. It was established by a resolution of the Continental Congress. The army was supported by local militias.
I am going with the Continental Army when they march. Most of the Continental Army disbanded when the Treaty of Paris ended the war.
His role was to be a leader of the continental army.