Which explains why the Continental Congress chose George Washington to command the Continental Army? A. He had led an army against the British in colonial Virginia and asked for the job. B. He had no real military experience but he was very likeable and had studied military science in college. C. He had military experience during the French and Indian War and was known to be a man of character. D. He campaigned to be appointed and showed the Congress his medals from earlier wars.
Congress chose General Washington Because he had fought in the french and indian war, and had some experience in war.