Military Anecdote Of The Day

by Daniel Russ on January 16, 2010

General George Washington

During the Constitutional Convention, a legislator suggested that the Continental Army be restricted to no more than five thousand men.

George Washington countered with a proposal that no foreign army should invade with more than three thousand.

Source: Little, Brown Book of Anecdotes


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