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ROGER LAMB'S AMERICAN REVOLUTION: A British Soldier's Story: A New Edition

ROGER LAMB'S AMERICAN REVOLUTION: A British Soldier's Story: A New Edition
by Hagist, Don

1-234900

Reprint of the 2004 first edition combines all of Roger Lamb's first-hand recollections from his two books, An Original and Authentic Journal of Occurrences during the late American War, from its Commencement to the Year 1783 (Dublin, 1809) and Memoir of his Own Life (Dublin, 1811). Also includes two more important documents written by Lamb have come to light -- an intelligence report written in 1782 recounting details of one of his escapes, and a commonplace book kept later in his life to record a vast range of memories, thoughts, and observations. The result is the most comprehensive first-hand account by a British soldier in the American Revolution.

Of all the British soldiers who served in North America during the American Revolution, none wrote more about his experiences than Roger Lamb. He certainly had a lot to say: his service in two of the most important campaigns-the 1777 Saratoga campaign and the 1781 campaign through the Carolinas to Virginia-put him in the thick of some of the war's most famous battles. Moreover, he was twice captured and twice escaped, making his way through hostile territory to rejoin the British army.

1 vol, 248 pgs 2022 US, WESTHOLME PUBLISHING
NEW-pb, available late October 2022 ......$26.00 rct

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