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Overall this is a supreme book well worth the read.
Fischer's book on Washington's crossing of the Delawar and the subsequent battles of Trenton and Princeton is a marvelously written book.
Most importantly, Fischer gives us a description of primary sources that detail the nobility of many of the historical figures.
The book was clear, well written, exciting and factual!! What more could you ask for from a history??!!Published 6 days 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 7 days 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 8 days 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 14 days 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 15 days ago by R. Browning
Mr. Fisher presets history in a lucid and articulate style which links objectives to outcomes. I have the impression that his research is very thorough and extensive, presenting... Read morePublished 18 days ago by frank easterbrook
The author made the story exciting and put everything in perspective by going into the events leading up to the crossing and events just after it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by HAH
Fischer does an excellent job of bringing to light history that is no longer taught in our schools. A very good read if you like to know of the extraordinary events that led to the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David A. Hansen
Learned a lot from this. Especially about how the real turning point of the Revolution came early and recognition on the part of English and colonies that we could win proved to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Moore