Reasons To Quit Valley Forge

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Valley Forge: Would I Stay or Would I Quit In the Revolutionary War, Washington and his army are going to stay at a place called Valley Forge. In December of seventeen-seventeenth in Pennsylvania it is a terrible for Washington 's army, they need to win the war. Should I quit or should I stay. To quit is to leave after a certain amount of time. I have decided to reenlist for three reasons which are they need help, they are in terrible conditions, and the congress will help. We were eating fire cakes (Jane Rute). The first reason I will re-enlist is that Washington needs help. Between 1,800 and 2,500 people have died (Busch 147). It is a huge loss for our army we have a bunch of sick and dying soldiers. We need help. This reason is causing me to reenlist because my army …show more content…

My second reason I will re-enlist is that they are in bad conditions and need help. We are living in smoky huts and have messed up clothes. Some of us say we are smoked out of our senses because it is so smokey in our huts (Waldo 151). We have terrible lives here but I am re-enlisting. his reason has caused me to re-enlist because me and my buddies are in bad conditions and I want to help. The third reason I will re-enlist is that the congress will help. We were talking to the congress maybe about clothes and maybe even food (Powell 149). I don’t know why they want to help now. They didn’t want to earlier. This reason is causing me to re-enlist because we would get more help and maybe even clothes. “We have experienced little less than a famine in camp,” Washington wrote to Patrick Henry the following February. I have decided to re-enlist because the army needs help, they are in terrible conditions, and the congress wants to help. I will re-enlist because we will get more help. I will stay because I feel that I need to help the army. I know why my friends are leaving, It is because of everything that is happening. I don’t care what they are doing but I am staying(This Day in

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