This American general once wrote after losing two battles, "We fight, get beat, rise and fight again."
Nathanael Greene, who was George Washington’s heir apparent and his most trusted subordinate. Washington appointed Greene as the American commander in the Southern Campaign. Although beaten in almost every major battle he fought, Greene’s efforts secured the South and led to the American victory at Yorktown.
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