Popularity was never my mistress, nor was I ever, or shall I ever be a popular man.
Portraits of War
- Within nine months, the Americans exhaust their supply of gunpowder. Not able to manufacture it in sufficient quantities, they rely on imports — mainly from the Caribbean.
British Commanders-in-Chief in North America
Continental Army Commander-in-Chief
- General George Washington, 15 Jun 1775 - 23 Dec 1783