How Washington Really Crossed The Delaware

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    Aquaman43

    excellent. caught on camera. fuk yo history books

    William Ferris

    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.

    Wildman7316

    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.

    gx5000

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

    Wildman7316

    You don’t want to be killed in your sleep during a War? Make sure your sentries are doing their job. If you are going to pissed at anybody, it should be those nameless sentries most likely sleeping on the job.

    Carnito

    aww, those poor German Hessian mercenaries, asleep and hungover that morning. Boohoo…

    100110110110010

    This was the first blow struck in the War on Christmas.

    GrandAdmiralThrawn

    Killed a bunch of Christian’s on Christmas day, actually.

    natedog

    LIKE A BOSS