Virtual - Washington’s Assault on Philadelphia - The Battle of Germantown
Thursday, October 157:00—8:30 PMZoomIndian Valley Public Library100 E. Church Ave, Telford, PA, 18969
Following the American defeat at the Battle of Brandywine, the British occupied Philadelphia when British General Sir William Howe positioned two brigades in a small village outside of Philadelphia called Germantown to protect the city. George Washington, commanding an Army of 11,000, sensed an opportunity and decided to attack and destroy the enemy detachment at Germantown.
Join Michael Jesberger, historical reenactor, lecturer and tour guide, for this brand new lecture on Philadelphia Revolutionary War history.
This is a virtual program via Zoom. Any questions, please contact DeAnne O'Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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