The Revolutionary War: The Siege Of Yorktown

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The Siege of Yorktown The Siege of Yorktown can also be identified as The Surrender at Yorktown, The German Battle, or The Battle of Yorktown. This battle was the last battle of the revolutionary war, but did not mark the end of it. This battle greatly affected the outcome of the revolutionary war. The British army in this battle, led by General Cornwallis, had caused the allies 72 deaths and 180 injured. Of course Commander Washington’s army left the British with more damage, killing 156 and leaving 326 wounded. After all of those men were wounded and killed, the rest of Cornwallis’ army, 7,018 men were taken in as prisoner to the continental army. Cornwallis surrendered on October 19, 1781. Later that day the French and American armies

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