First a little Background:
The battle of Monmouth took place on June 28, 1778 in New Jersey. The continental army was led by none other than George Washington, while British forces were led by Sir Henry Clinton.
In may of that year, General Clinton was being faced with a war with France, decided that it was best to protect both Florida, and New York City. He choose to send 3000 soldiers to Florida. On June 18th british began to evacuate the City of Philadelphia, then preceeded to trail through New Jersey on the Way to New York City. The Continental Army made it increasingly difficult for British Mobilization by burming bridges. After much debate amongst the Continental Army Generals. Commander George Washington decided to send over half the army force to strike at clintons rear...
Now here's the twists:
What if George Washington had decided to intercept Clintons forces at New York City?
What if while George Washington was attacking clinton, Marquis De Layfayette traveled south to attack Florida, would the outcome be different?
Where is everybody?
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| Where is everybody? |
I'd comment but this is one subject i'm cluless on.
Ha, looks like I'll have to keep it more simplistic next time.