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This book is very well written, with a crisp narrative pace and excellent character development.
The book is not only about the crossing, but gives a good background of the events, politics and emotions that surrounded the American Revolution.
Fischer's book on Washington's crossing of the Delawar and the subsequent battles of Trenton and Princeton is a marvelously written book.
This accounting of the events leading up to and following the crossing of the Delaware is absolutely a must read. Read more
Fisher is detailed, thorough and easy to read and logical in his presentation. This is an excellent recounting of the Trenton/Princeton conflicts. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donald DeRoche
Very enjoyable book. Well written and it provides a great deal of new information and perspective on an event we all thought we knew well.Published 1 month ago by Michael Day
The book was clear, well written, exciting and factual!! What more could you ask for from a history??!!Published 1 month ago by William J. Ostrow
A wonderful book!! This is the most complete account of the campaign of the winter of 1776-77 I have found, and the research and story-telling here are remarkable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew Baumgartner
Like many, I mistakenly thought Washington's crossing of the Delaware was as a past victor. It was during his darkest days. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MATTHEW J. REBMANN
Very emotional and detailed. I learned a lot. It really gave a comprehensive look at the struggles that our founding fathers and Soldiers made.Published 2 months ago by Melanie Gangloff
Understand this: Fischer's book deserved every prize it won. It is superbly written, brilliantly researched, and magnificently organized. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. Browning