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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: The American Revolution - it begins as a series of disagreements between a Mother Country and a group of its Colonies and explodes into a savage war that changes the world forever. The first two years of this conflict are a whirlwind of achievements and failures for both sides. The American Rebels, their confidence buoyed by their early unlikely success, see their hopes give way to despair, finally to be rescued from the literal jaws of defeat. The British Army, considered the best in the world, struggles to destroy their weaker inexperienced opponent, suffering terrible casualties in both victory and defeat. At Breed's Hill, the British Army achieves a pyrrhic victory, but not before over a thousand of their number are slaughtered on its bloody slope. George Washington, the newly appointed Commanding General of the American Continental Army, is taught a brutal, costly lesson in military strategy at the Battle of Long Island. And ten of the most miraculous days in the history of warfare play themselves out during the wintertime battles of Trenton and Princeton. Based on painstaking research, this book allows the reader to achieve a depth of understanding of these amazing events that is both historically accurate and emotionally compelling. When seen through the eyes of the men who fought on both sides of the battlefield, the American Revolution becomes a gripping story of human triumph - and tragedy. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: The American Revolution - it begins as a series of disagreements between a Mother Country and a group of its Colonies and explodes into a savage war that changes the world forever. The first two years of this conflict are a whirlwind of achievements and failures for both sides. The American Rebels, their confidence buoyed by their early unlikely success, see their hopes give way to despair, finally to be rescued from the literal jaws of defeat. The British Army, considered the best in the world, struggles to destroy their weaker inexperienced opponent, suffering terrible casualties in both victory and defeat. At Breed's Hill, the British Army achieves a pyrrhic victory, but not before over a thousand of their number are slaughtered on its bloody slope. George Washington, the newly appointed Commanding General of the American Continental Army, is taught a brutal, costly lesson in military strategy at the Battle of Long Island. And ten of the most miraculous days in the history of warfare play themselves out during the wintertime battles of Trenton and Princeton. Based on painstaking research, this book allows the reader to achieve a depth of understanding of these amazing events that is both historically accurate and emotionally compelling. When seen through the eyes of the men who fought on both sides of the battlefield, the American Revolution becomes a gripping story of human triumph - and tragedy.

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