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Historic Camden presents a Lyceum Series Program
Those Back-biting Lobsterbacks: The British Command in the Southern Campaign
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At the beginning of the American Revolution the British army was far superior to the Patriots forces in size and in training. Yet six years later, they surrendered at Yorktown. One of the problems for the British command was the sheer size of America compared to populated Europe.