George Washington was chosen to be commander of the Continental Army.
It was General George Washington who was chosen as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army. Washington was appointed to this position by the Continental Congress.
George Washington was the commander-in-chief- of the continental army.
Commander in chief of the Continental Amry
George Washington became commander-in-chief of the Continental Army in 1775 and served until 1783.
George Washington was a respected leader in the Continental Congresses and had combat experience as an officer in the British army during the French and Indian War.
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George Washington was in charge of the usa army
George Washington worked in the militia for a short time, and then he was replaced. He rejoined when his rank was restored, then his was chosen to lead the Continental Army.
John Adams recommended him to the Continental Congress for the position of general and commander in chief of the Continental Army.
During the American Revolution George Washington was chosen to be the leader of the Continental Army. This occurred because of his understanding of the soldiers and their needs during these types of events.
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George Washington was a strong compassionate leader. All his soldiers were volunteers.
he was from virginia and new england needed virginias help to win the war
George Washington. He was chosen in the Second Continental Congress to lead the patriots. Hope this helped....
It was chosen by George Washington in 1790.
George Washington was a member of the British army before the revolution. He served as an officer during the French and Indian War and was a charismatic, patriotic leader. When he appeared at the Second Continental Congress in a military uniform, not meant to get him the job of Commander (he specifically said he was not equal to the position), but because there was no real competition George Washington got the job.