The Americans won the Battle of Trenton. During that time however, George Washington had fewer than 5,000 men before he actually realized all but 1,400 would leave. On Christmas Day, Washington and his ‘army’ of men had crossed the Delaware River on their way to Trenton where they had surprised their enemies. When Washington had left Trenton with his army, he had a bunch of new prisoners and supplies with him
The Americans had also won the Battle of Princeton. On December the 30th the continental army had decided to cross the Delaware River one more time to see if there was anything else they could take or use. This act would have seemed to end into a disaster if George Washington hadn't skillfully escaped and headed North towards Princeton.
The British had won the Battle of the White Plains. General Howe had launched one of many attack which had resulted him in losing a few men. General Howe had lost his chance in attacking George Washington but he did set up artillery batteries which had sent Washington into 'retreat'.