George Washington, spymaster: how the Americans outspied the British and won the Revolutionary War

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Scholastic, 2004 - Generals - 184 pages
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A biography of Revolutionary War general and first President of the United States, George Washington, focusing on his use of spies to gather intelligence that helped the colonies win the war.

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Review: George Washington, Spymaster: How the Americans Outspied the British and Won the Revolutionary War

User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

Pretty cool little history book about Washington and his use of deception and spies which helped the Patriots win the war against the British. It offers a good overview of who the main players were on both sides and to what lengths they went to outspy each other. Enjoyable and educational. Read full review

Review: George Washington, Spymaster: How the Americans Outspied the British and Won the Revolutionary War

User Review  - Kim Harris - Goodreads

This had been on my to read pile for a few years (ahem). It was an interesting take on this time period, however I found it quite confusing to keep up with the many names thrown about. Read full review

Contents

Spy Against Spy
15
A Spy Must Die
31
George Washington Agent 711
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