David McCullough Quote: “When I read that the British…”

When I read that the British army had landed thirty-two thousand troops – and I had realized, not very long before, that Philadelphia only had thirty thousand people in it – it practically lifted me out of my chair.

David McCullough


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Name: David McCullough
Profession: Historian
Nationality: American
Birthday: July 7, 1933
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