No one won the Battle of Valley Forge, for no battle was fought there. Valley Forge is famous for being the place where George Washington and the men he led in the Continental Army spent the winter of 1777-1778.
Valley Forge is located in Pennsylvania. No battle occurred here, but the success of the Revolutionary War depended on the outcome of the time spent here. The winter of 1777-1778 was a hard one in terms of weather conditions, supplies, disease and death. Those men who survived and stayed with the army emerged from that winter stronger and more dedicated. The feelings of hopelessness that pervaded the camp in the early days slowly gave way to new resolve as the weather improved, supplies started coming into the camp, and the French Alliance gave optimism to the men.