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America won the Revolutionary War against all odds. They were outnumbered and outmaneuvered for the majority of the war, but a few strategic wins turned the tables. One such strategic encounter occurred after the war was won—in Danbury, the British planned a massive raid on Danbury’s magazine of stores in April 1777. Robert McDevitt outlines the leading causes and comprehensive history of this tumultuous time from a British viewpoint.