The colonies declare independence, taking on the might of the British Empire. Washington's army is near defeat, but new weapons and battle tactics turn the tide. Forged through revolution, a new nation is born.
Did You Know?
A musket ball is depicted as coming from the muzzle of a British Brown Bess in slow motion, but the ball is shown spinning, which can only be attained if the ball is fired from a rifled barrel, whereas the Brown Bess is a smoothbore, and the ball is not "swayed," that is to say it is completely round, whereas All cast bullets of the period were flat on one side where the excess metal that results from being poured into the mold is removed. See more