How Many Battles Did George Washington Lose?


President Washington fought in a total of 9 battles while in office. He won all but 3 of those. The three he lost were: The Battle of Lexington, The Battle of Concord and The Battle of Bunker Hill.
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George Washington lost 6 battles. He only fought in a total of 9 battles starting in 1752 up to 1783. While he lost a majority of his battles, he and his men always lived to fight another battle. You can find more information here:
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