W3R-US ROGUE'S GALLERY

Explore the W3R-US Rogues gallery, a collection of heros who epitomize the collaborative spirit at Yorktown. American leaders like George Washington, commanding the Continental Army, and Alexander Hamilton, leading a critical assault, demonstrated strategic brilliance and valor. French allies, including General Rochambeau, who expertly coordinated with Washington, and Admiral de Grasse, whose naval blockade was pivotal, showcased international solidarity. Their combined efforts at Yorktown culminated in the British surrender, highlighting the synergy between American determination and French support, ultimately securing American independence.

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George Washington
George Washington
George Washington’s leadership and strategic acumen were pivotal in winning the American Revolution, securing independence with the decisive victory at Yorktown.

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George Washington
George Washington
George Washington’s leadership and strategic acumen were pivotal in winning the American Revolution, securing independence with the decisive victory at Yorktown.