Victory at Yorktown: The Campaign that Won the Revolution

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Thorndike Press, 2005 - History - 608 pages
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After seven harrowing years and against all odds, General George Washington - with French help - defeated the world's finest army at Yorktown to win the Revolutionary War. Drawing on primary research, including diaries and personal letters, acclaimed historian Richard Ketchum offers a vivid, groundbreaking account of the strategies and personalities behind the victory that surprised the world.

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User Review  - la2bkk - LibraryThing

Despite the title, this book covers far more than just the Battle of Yorktown. Instead, the work addresses the entire Southern Campaign, a little known and rarely covered aspect of the war. I ... Read full review

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What many people find disturbing about the general populace today is its lack of knowledge of our country’s past. Certainly an understanding of how our country came to be is essential for us to be ... Read full review

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