West Point History of the American Revolution

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West Point History of the American Revolution
Author : The United States Military Academy
File Size : 46,6 Mb
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Language : English
Release Date : 21 November 2017
ISBN : 9781476782751
Pages : 320 pages
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West Point History of the American Revolution by The United States Military Academy Book PDF Summary

Warfare in colonial North America: paths to revolution / Samuel J. Watson -- The origins of the American Revolution and the opening moves / Edward G. Lengel -- From defeat to victory in the north: 1777-1778 / Edward G. Lengel -- The war in Georgia and the Carolinas / Stephen Conway -- Yorktown, the peace, and why the British failed / Stephen Conway -- To the Constitution and beyond: creating a national state / Samuel J. Watson

West Point History of the American Revolution

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