The Battle of Camden : a documentary history /
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- ISBN: 9781596291447
- ISBN: 1596291443
159 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color), maps ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Charleston, SC : History Press, 2006.
|Formatted Contents Note:||American commanders' accounts -- British commanders' accounts -- American soldiers' accounts -- British soldiers' accounts -- Contemporary American observations and reports -- Contemporary British observations and reports.|
|Summary, etc.:||This engaging book presents the Battle of Camden as never before: through the eyes and words of American and British participants and contemporary observers. The events leading up to the conflict, the combat itself and the consequences of Camden are all described in striking detail. The cunning strategies of both American Major General Horatio Gates and British Lieutenant General Lord Cornwallis are revealed, as are a number of battlefield reports from soldiers on both sides. In addition to these compelling first-hand accounts, The Battle of Camden includes analysis of the battle and its effects in America and Europe from George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Lord George Germain. With this landmark text, author and historian Jim Piecuch offers a comprehensive consideration of a vital Revolutionary battle and its effects on the war for American independence. --|
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