American Independence

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George Washington made May a day to repent to God and pray for His providence in America. This is the stuff America was built on, why moochers want to enjoy it for free, and why our enemies want us dead. Wake up Patriots! I Love America, God Bless America, Jack Kirby, American Presidents, American History, American Pride, American Country, American Flag, Presidents Usa

Self Defense

Self Defense Never let someone or thing that threatens you get inside arms' length and never say I got a gun. If you feel you need t...

Nathan Greene For I Was Thirsty "I Was Thirsty" depicts the true story of Confederate Sergeant Richard Kirkland during the Civil War battle of Fredricksburg. After a fierce battle on Dec the scene shif Military Art, Military History, American Civil War, American History, Battle Of Fredericksburg, Civil War Art, Confederate States Of America, Civil War Photos, Historical Art

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On November Fort Washington was attacked by the British. John Corbin, an artilleryman, was in charge of firing a small cannon at the top of a ridge. During an assault by the Hessians, John was killed, leaving his cannon unmanned. American Revolutionary War, American War, Early American, American History, American Soldiers, Women In History, World History, Ancient History, Military Art

On November 16, 1776, Fort Washington was attacked by the British. John Corbin, an artilleryman, was in charge of firing a small cannon at the top of a ridge. During an assault by the Hessians, John was killed, leaving his cannon unmanned. His wife Margaret, after witnessing his death, immediately took his place at the cannon. She fired away until her arm, chest, and jaw were hit by enemy fire. The British won the Battle, and Margret, was treated as a wounded soldier & paroled.

Some of the work of Keith Rocco, an American military painter. He’s like a modern day Edouard Detaille yo. American Revolutionary War, American War, Early American, American History, Military Art, Military History, Military Fashion, Independencia Usa, Edouard Detaille

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Keith Rocco is one of the most important historical artists working today, his career and work has been likened by curators and historians to those of the great genre artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The Battle of Yorktown was the last battle in the Revolutionary War. American and French hit Yorktown, the British and Lord Cornwallis had no way out. On October 1781 Lord Cornwallis surrendered and that was the end of the war. American Revolutionary War, American War, American History, American Soldiers, Military Art, Military History, Military Diorama, Military Veterans, Siege Of Yorktown

The Battle of Yorktown was the last major battle in the Revolutionary War. The Americans had finally won! At this battle, Lord Cornwalllis surrendered for the British.

‘New York It shows the Hessian Fuselier Regiment Von Lossberg fording the Bronx river at the battle of White Plains, October during the American War of Independence. American Revolutionary War, American War, American History, Independence War, American Independence, Military Art, Military History, Military Uniforms, Napoleon

‘New York 1776’. It shows the Hessian Fuselier Regiment Von Lossberg fording the Bronx river at the battle of White Plains, October 28th 1776, during the American War of Independence.

American Revolution Paintings - General Washington Crossing The Delaware River by War Is Hell Store American Revolutionary War, American War, American History, Art Memes, History Memes, Art History, Funny History, Independencia Usa, Colonial America

'George Washington (1732-99) Crossing the Delaware River, 25th December 1776, circa 1912-13' Giclee Print - Henry Mosler | Art.com

George Washington (1732-99) Crossing the Delaware River, 25th December 1776, circa 1912-13 Giclee Print by Henry Mosler. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

October 1781 - "Artillery of Independence" (General George Washington firing the first American gun at the siege of Yorktown , Virginia) American Revolutionary War, American Civil War, American History, American Soldiers, Military Art, Military History, Military Uniforms, Conquistador, Siege Of Yorktown

"Artillery of Independence" (General George Washington firing the first American gun at the siege of Yorktown , Virginia)