George Washington struggles to hold his army together at a critical point during the Revolutionary War.

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Alcock
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Andrew
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Mason
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Minto
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Neil
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George Washington struggles to hold his army together at a critical point during the Revolutionary War.

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3 December 1975 (USA)  »

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Hallmark Hall of Fame: Valley Forge (#25.2)  »

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Gen. Washington: I'll tell you what you're fighting for - -something that has never been on this green earth since man first worked it with his hands, and which does not exist and never will exist unless we put it there - the right of each man to govern himself in his own way.
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An Excellent Play
7 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This play and the manner in which it was produced through on television is well done and an excellent tool to teach young Americans and others about the history of our nation and the goodness of men and women that transcends tax and government. It is a good effort and an excellent production. The production correctly presents the basic laws and regulations of our armed forces and brotherhood. The play represents the French friendship and ally as well as the importance of the Americans descended from French colonists as well in a heroic and deservedly honorable light. The desperation and actions of the brave soldiers at Valley Forge is told with a face toward fact and a spirit of American pride.


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