The End of War - Turn: Washington's Spies
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Even after the defeat at Yorktown, the King of England continues to believe that the Brits can win the war. In fact, many in England, seem to believe that the defeat at Yorktown was a minor setback instead of the beginning of the end.

Back in the United States, Gen. George Washington is treated as a hero wherever he goes. He even makes time for a stop in Setauket, where Abe has gone back to cabbage farming. Washington personally pays Abe for his service in the spy ring.

Anna Strong chose to stay with her husband and move to Connecticut to start their new life.

Both Caleb Brewster and Maj. Ben Talmadge found wives shortly after the war as well.

Brewster heads up the equivalent of the Coast Guard, while Tallmadge heads to Congress.

Peggy and Gen. Benedict Arnold remain in England, where Arnold is unable to repair his reputation. He seethes while the King builds a memorial to Maj. Andre.

A limping Col. Simcoe survives the war and begs to be placed back at a post to fight on, but he is only offered a non-combat post in Northern Canada.

Maj. Hewlett ends up back in England as a man of science.

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Turn: Washington's Spies Season 4 Episode 10 Quotes

Gen Washington: You are owed much more than this.
Abe: Thank you.
GW: Our country owes its life to heroes whose names it will never know.

The revolution never ends.

Abe [in letter to his deceased son]