Films

Yorktown Chronicles Films

These films envision the conversations of two great men as they reflect on the American Revolution and their pivotal role in how it plays out. Generals George Washington and Charles Cornwallis share vivid accounts of the war’s beginnings, their armies, fierce battles, global involvement and how it all ends.

 

  • Tax and Control

    Tax and Control: Generals George Washington and Charles Cornwallis speak on British measures to tax and control the American colonies. See the film »

  • Commanding an Army

    Commanding an Army: Generals Washington and Cornwallis convey why they chose to accept command of an army. See the film »

  • The Declaration of Independence

    The Declaration of Independence: Generals Washington and Cornwallis tell of the reaction to the Declaration of Independence. See the film »

  • introducing an army

    Introducing the Army: Generals Washington and Cornwallis recount the many faces of their armies. See the film »

  • The world stage

    The World Stage: Generals Washington and Cornwallis convey global response to the American Revolution. See the film »

  • North and South

    North and South: Generals Washington and Cornwallis report the highlights of the Revolution in the North and South. See the film »

  • Siege of Yorktown

    Siege of Yorktown: General Cornwallis describes the Battle of Yorktown, and the decision to surrender. See the film »

  • After the War

    After the War: Generals Cornwallis and Washington reflect on their achievements following the end of the American Revolution. See the film »