The winter soldiers

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Doubleday, Jan 1, 1973 - History - 435 pages
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User Review  - JVioland - LibraryThing

Another book about the hardest time for the Continental Army in Revolutionary America. A good read. Read full review

Review: The Winter Soldiers: The Battles for Trenton and Princeton

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Fantastic book that gives a real sense of what the Continental Army endured while fighting the British. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
1
The River Is Passed and the Bridge Cut Away
9
A Business of Necessity
28
Copyright

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Richard M. Ketchum's work has been hailed as "superb military history of an intimacy and narrative power such as is rarely written" (Orville Prescott). The author of twelve books, Mr. Ketchum served as the editor in charge of books at American Heritage Publishing Company for two decades. A graduate of Yale University, he commanded a subchaser in the South Atlantic during World War II. Mr. Ketchum was the editor and cofounder of Blair & Ketchum's Country Journal, a monthly magazine. He and his wife live on a farm in Vermont.

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