Battle of Germantown,1777

After the American defeat at the Battle of Brandywine, George Washington made a bold attack on the British army led by General William Howe. The result was a British victory. Nevertheless, American morale benefited from the battle because it was based on a sophisticated plan that almost worked. In addition, France became convinced that America could win the war and deserved aid. The Battle of Germantown can be considered one of the turning points in the American Revolution.

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