David Palmer: July 6, 2012

“George Washington’s Military Genius” Many military historians dismiss George Washington as merely lucky: he won the Revolutionary War by sheer dogged persistence against a half-hearted British enemy tat decided the prize wasn’t worth the cost. Β  But this says Palmer, a combat veteran and former superintendent of West Point and expert military historian is simply wrong. Β For the first time in history books, Palmer qualifies that the Revolutionary War actually developed in four distinct phases, […]