Causes And Effects Of The Battle Of Trenton

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The Battle of Trenton. As soon as George Washington’s famous Delaware River crossing, he and the Continental Army marched into Trenton, New Jersey.This March included horses, guns, wagons, and soldiers. The group stretched for nearly a mile long. They were ready to start a new battle. The Battle of Trenton had many different causes, leaders, events and effects that impacted the Revolutionary War drastically. Several events had lead up to this battle they were in fact causes of the battle. Since the Battle of Bunker Hill British strategy has been to attack. With about 1,500 Hessian Troops at Trenton they were asking for trouble. Another cause is the American troops surprised a picket guard, about a half a mile out of Trenton.This alerted

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