George Washington lost seven notable battles in his career. He lost more battles than he won, but he still has a reputation as one of America's strongest leaders.
George Washington reached the most success during the Revolutionary War, despite losing important battles including the Battles of Brandywine, Fort Necessity, Fort Washington, Georgetown, Long Island, Monongahela and White Plains.
Despite losing a number of battles, George Washington is known for his ability to rally his troops and his ability to sustain their morale throughout the battles and their losses. In addition, he had notable administrative talents that led to the organization of the military at that time.