Franklin D. Roosevelt
On the day after Christmas in 1776, an 18-year-old from Virginia led a charge on a pair of cannons. That brave action cleared the way for General George Washington's Continental army to enter the town of Trenton, New Jersey. But the 18-year-old very nearly didn't live to see Washington's victory in the Battle of Trenton.
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