|Victor Radcliff's Winter Campaign|
|Part of Atlantean War of Independence|
|United States of Atlantis||Britain|
|Commanders and leaders|
Various unnamed commanders
At Pittman's Ferry British pickets actually saw the Atlanteans approach and reported it to the British captain at the outpost. Amazingly the Atlanteans still managed to take the outpost by surprise, as the angry captain admitted that he assumed no one would dare conduct a campaign in winter.
The Winter Campaign did much to sustain and even improve Atlantean morale as the war entered its second year. It helped that numerous European military officers such as Baron von Steuben drilled the Atlanteans and turned them into a semi-European force. And while it assured the Europeans that Atlantis was a force to be reckoned with, it didn't come close to firing up Great Britain's natural enemy, France, as General William Howe's invasion of French Atlantis did the following summer.