Go to google and search on the phrase "French military victories"

sateesh narahari sati_home@yahoo.com
Mon, 17 Mar 2003 14:41:49 -0800 (PST)

But, you gotta feel lucky, to see the result. 

It also helps, if you trust your neighbours more, and
use www.google.co.uk instead of www.google.com

--- "Dr. Robert Harley" <harley@argote.ch> wrote:
> >Go to google and search on the phrase "French
> military victories"
> Yeah, and?  I see pages about going to Google and
> searching on "French
> military victories".
> Plus some others such as this:
> The war would last four more years after Monmouth. 
> The French joined
> the Americans in 1778 contributing troops, supplies,
> and a navy.  The
> British turned their attention to the south hoping
> to rally the
> support of Americans loyal to the King.  General
> Cornwallis moved east
> across Virginia in the spring of 1781.  He moved to
> the coastal town
> of Yorktown on the Chesapeake Bay where he was
> confident the British
> navy could support him, but now Washington had the
> French navy at his
> disposal.  The French fleet under the Admiral de
> Grasse drove the
> British fleet from the bay.  Once the French fleet
> was in place,
> Washington and his army along with French troops
> under Rochambeau
> moved on Yorktown.  Cornwallis held out for three
> weeks as he was
> pounded by Washington's artillery.  Cut off by the
> French fleet from
> supply or retreat by sea and surrounded by American
> and French troops
> on land, Cornwallis surrendered on October 17, 1781
> bringing the
> Revolutionary War to an end.  Despite numerous
> hardships and defeats,
> Washington had finally achieved victory.
> R

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