Genre: Famous Battles

CHLOE ZOU

The War which made the US a Big Boy Nation At first, in 1492 (we all know this year… in 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue), Queen Isabella’s Spain was the first European nation to sail to the west, explore and colonize the countries on this side of the hemisphere. Spain was a great imperial Read more…

ANNA QIN

Mr Watt´s Literary Services

The Battle of Gettysburg The United States has not always been united. In fact, our country survived intact the greatest civil war in World History between 1861-1863, and almost a million US soldiers from both the Union Army led by Ulysses S. Grant, and the Confederate Army, led by General Robert E. Lee, perished in Read more…

OLIVIA XU

Mr Watt´s Literary Services

The Battles of Saratoga In late 1777, the Revolutionary War was almost getting into its third year (the first battles of the war, Lexington and Concord, occurred in April, 1775) and the British wanted to crush the rebels once and for all. They were worried that foreign powers, specifically the French, would join the war. Read more…

BRANDON LIU

Mr Watt´s Literary Services

Napoleon’s greatest work: Battle of Austerlitz The muskets were firing and the soldiers were yelling. The boom of cannons and screams of pain from troops from both sides sounded across the battlefield. But the violence kept going, and suddenly, the bugle sang the song of war and the sound of hooves thudding against the dirt could Read more…

JONATHAN LIM

Mr Watt´s Literary Services

Fording the River to Grab Independence  As the soldiers grabbed their oars preparing for the cold journey ahead, they knew that this could be the crucial moment that changed everything. They plowed ahead of the ice and strained against the current to cross the icy Delaware. Determination kept them warm as they crossed the dangerous Read more…