BOOK REVIEW: GEORGE WASHINGTON’S MILITARY GENIUS

BOOK REVIEW: GEORGE WASHINGTON’S MILITARY GENIUS

Human Events ^ | 6/12/2012 | Jarrett Stepman of review

Posted on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 10:10:47 PM by Pharmboy

George Washington is justifiably called the “Father of America” for his military and civilian leadership during the American Revolution and his two terms as America’s first president, however, in the new book, George Washington’s Military Genius, General David Palmer persuasively argues that Washington’s strategic military talent was key to his success.

April 30: George Washington becomes the first ...

April 30: George Washington becomes the first President of the United States (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Gen. Palmer, who is a former superintendent of West Point, attempts to bust the myths surrounding Washington’s American Revolutionary War experience and to put the accomplishments on the battlefield in perspective……

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