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However, both Howe and Washington made many mistakes during the Battle of Brandywine. Washington left his right flank open, allowing the British to flank the American defenses. He came very close to being captured, saved from that fate by Howe's cautious nature, which caused him to hesitate for two hours after flanking Washington's army. This timeline will explore what would have happened had Howe committed to his attack immediately, rather than waiting for two hours. September 11, 1777 will demonstrate that one minor edit to history can have significant ramifications over the course of history itself.
Notable Persons of September 11, 1777
Notable Conflicts and Battles
- American Revolutionary War (1775-1786)
- Battle of Brandywine - Point of Divergence
- First British-Carolinian War (1798-1801)
- Napoleonic Wars (1805-1817)
Nations of the September 11, 1777 World
- Confederation of Carolina
- Dominion of Canada
- Dominion of New England
- Republic of Texas
- Spanish Empire
- Louisianan Empire
Note: This page will continue to be updated as the timeline expands. Please refrain from editing this timeline. Thank you.