How Washington Really Crossed The Delaware

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    1. excellent. caught on camera. fuk yo history books


    2. Interesting idea but as someone familiar with cable ferries (we still have some operating in my area) it was my impression that you have to have fairly narrow rivers for them to work plus be capable of producing cables both strong enough and long enough to do the job. Not sure if cables capable of crossing the Delware river were available during your Revolutionary war.


      • Where Washington and Company crossed the Delaware is between 300 and 400 yards wide, easily narrow enough for natural fiber ropes, especially the hempen ropes in use at the time.


    3. Creep killed a bunch of sleeping soldiers on Christmas day…hope he’s rotting…


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