2019 GWSAR Chapter Events

  • Scenes from the 237th Anniversary of the American Victory at Yorktown, 19 October 2018

Yorktown Day marks the anniversary of the American-French victory in 1781 over the British. In 1781, following a nine-day bombardment, British forces in Yorktown under General Charles Cornwallis requested a cease-fire and then surrendered more than 8,000 soldiers and sailors to the combined American and French armies commanded by General George Washington. This was the last major military action of the American Revolution, effectively securing independence for the American colonies following a six and-a-half-year military struggle.

2018 GWSAR Chapter Events

 

2017 GWSAR Chapter Events