American Revolution Essay | Retreat to Victory: Pinnacle of the American Revolution

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Retreat to Victory: Pinnacle of the American Revolution

Summary: This essay is about the pinnacle of the American Revolution.

What is the Retreat to Victory? Why was it a significant pinnacle in the American Revolution and how did it instigate the patriots' morale? What actually occurred and why are we commemorating this specific event today? These are some relevant questions an eighth grade student would ask about the Retreat to Victory. It was one of the most consequential and critical points in the War for Independence. Many actions prior to the Retreat to Victory, the actual retreat, and the following events all contributed to how the Americans were victorious in the American Revolution.

Initially, several major events occurred before the Americans "retreated to victory." The British's immense skilled forces and army out numbered the American's poorly trained armed forces. At this time, New York was the main position that the British and Americans vied over. The importance of controlling New York...

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