There was no U.S.A. when George Washington was born, so he may have been a British citizen at birth.well the answer above is patially right he wasntconsidered a british citizen because he was born in the colonies he came, from Scottish decent, but he was considered a colonist
George Washington led the Continental Army to victory against the British.
yes George Washington wanted to see the country he loved to be free of British rule
the British commander who surrendered to George Washington?
George Washington thought the British were going to attack Long Island because this was the easiest port for the troops to reach. When the Battle of Long Island did take place Washington and his troops were defeated.
No, George Washington was not British by birth. He was American British.
George Washington arrived in the year of 1777
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No George Washington said to his cousin that he should have refused the British when they asked for helped
France helped George Washington defeat the British at Yorktown.
to help the british force george washington to surrender
Yes he was
The British won, but not because of George Washington
George Washington was the American leader who led the country to independence.
because he was in the british war when it happened.