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By Bruce Lancaster

"A outstanding booklet. . . . Bruce Lancaster's textual content is terse, speedy, lucid, and dramatic . . . packed with the colour and pleasure of a grim and bloody war." – the recent York Times

The American historical past background of the yank Revolution is the entire chronicle of the innovative battle instructed in complete detail.

Lancaster begins his tale with an exam of colonial society and the origins of the quarrel with England. He information the consequent battles and army campaigns from Lexington and harmony to the quit of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, in addition to the annoying political and social scenario of the hot nation.

The American history heritage of the yank Revolution info the delivery of the USA with perception and depth.

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