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Johann Gottlieb Rall (also spelled Rahl) (ca. 1726 – December 27, 1776) was a German colonel best known for his command of Hessian troops at the Battle of ...

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Johann Gottlieb Rall (Rahl) was a career German army officer. He commissioned into the same regiment as his father, the Regiment Von Donop. Rall fought in ...

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Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall (Rahl), commanded the brigade of Hessian Soldiers that garrisoned Trenton, New Jersey. On that fateful Christmas Day, in 1776, ...

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Johann Gottlieb Rall (also spelled Rahl) (ca. 1726 – December 27, 1776[1]) was a German colonel best known for his command of Hessian troops at the Battle ...

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Johann Rall. Portrait to Come (Hidden). Portrait by Artist to Come. QUICK FACTS. BORN: c. 1726 in Stralsund (now part of Germany). DIED: 26 December 1776 ...

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Dec 23, 2018 ... A little known (to most) Hessian Colonel named Johann Gottlieb Rall played a critical role in the trajectory of the American War for ...

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Background Info. Had a note in his pocket. He was woken up by a junior officer. Born on 1726. His tombstone reads, “ Here lays Colonel Rall, for him, all is over.”.

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St. Mary's Cathedral and its rectory, standing at the end of Warren Street, mark the former sites of the Green Tree Tavern, where Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall ate ...

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Johann Gottlieb Rall (also spelled Rahl) (ca. 1726 – December 27, 1776) was a German colonel best known for his command of Hessian troops at the Battle of ...