New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1964. First American Edition. Hardcover. VG. Blue cloth, gilt letters on spine & front cover, white & red & illus. dust jacket, 382 pp., 6 maps. "A thrilling narrative account of the War for Independence. In these pages the reader can identify himself with the emotional experiences of the Revolutionary soldier -- he can quick-step across a battlefield, shoulder to shoulder with the Redcoats; he can crouch behind a stone wall or a rail fence with the militia; he can shudder as a savage war whoop rings across a lonely clearing; he can experience a surger of anger as marauders from both armies plunder and harass the civilians. ... The story of men of every station, fighting for a cause that many could neither understand nor explain. An invaluable work for the general reader and the student, this book is a sparkling re-creation of the momentous events in which the American nation war born." (dj).
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