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  1. Charles Cornwallis, 1º Marquês Cornwallis KG (31 de dezembro de 1738 — 5 de outubro de 1805) foi um alto oficial do exército britânico e magistrado colonial. Ele é mais reconhecido nos Estados Unidos e no Reino Unido por seu papel na guerra de independência americana, onde ele comandou os exércitos ingleses durante parte do conflito.

  2. 27 de out. de 2009 · Charles Cornwallis was a British army officer who served as a general during the Revolutionary War (also known as the American Revolution). He led British forces to success in New York and...

  3. Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis, KG, PC (31 December 1738 – 5 October 1805) was a British Army officer, Whig politician and colonial administrator. In the United States and the United Kingdom, he is best known as one of the leading British general officers in the American War of Independence.

  4. 4 de abr. de 2024 · Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess and 2nd Earl Cornwallis was a British soldier and statesman, probably best known for his defeat at Yorktown, Virginia, in the last important campaign (September 28–October 19, 1781) of the American Revolution. Cornwallis was possibly the most capable British general.

  5. 1 de jul. de 2019 · Fatos rápidos: Lord Charles Cornwallis. Conhecido Por : Líder militar para os britânicos na Revolução Americana, outras responsabilidades militares para colônias britânicas da Índia e Irlanda. Nascimento : 31 de dezembro de 1738 em Londres, Inglaterra. Pais : Charles, 1º Conde Cornwallis e sua esposa Elizabeth Townshend.

  6. Rev War | Biography. Charles Cornwallis. Public Domain. Title Lieutenant General, Earl Cornwallis. War & Affiliation Revolutionary War / British. Date of Birth - Death December 31, 1738 - October 5, 1805. Charles Cornwallis was born on New Years’ Eve to an English ruling class family.

  7. Charles Cornwallis was sympathetic to American views during pre-war political disputes in Parliament but became one of the most prominent British generals during the War for Independence. He is known for his surrender at Yorktown, Virginia, in October 1781 after allowing his army to become trapped there.