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In the summer of 1777 twelve months after the Declaration of Independence the British launched an invasion from Canada under General John Burgoyne It was the campaign that was supposed to the rebellion but. This book came highly recommended from a historical reenactor on a Revolutionary War battlefield This past July my wife and I were visiting Hubbardtown Vermont site of a notable Electing Judges under General John Burgoyne It was the campaign that was supposed to the rebellion but. This book came highly recommended from a historical reenactor on a Revolutionary War battlefield This past July my wife and I were visiting Hubbardtown Vermont site of a notable

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It resulted in a series of battles that changed America's history and that of the world Stirring narrative history skilfully told through the perspective of those who fought in the campaign Saratoga brings. The late Richard M Ketchum s book is about the British army s summer 1777 offensive against the rebellious American Colonies General John Burgoyne led a force consisting of regul

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To life as never before the inspiring story of Americans who did their utmost in what seemed a lost cause achieving what proved to be the crucial victory of the Revolution A New York Times Notable Book 1997. I picked up this book at the Saratoga Battlefield park when it was recommended by several of the Park Rangers They are right It is indeed a wonderful read I stayed up very late f

  • Paperback
  • 576
  • Saratoga Turning Point of America's Revolutionary War
  • Richard M. Ketchum
  • English
  • 15 April 2017
  • 9780805061239

10 thoughts on “Saratoga Turning Point of America's Revolutionary War

  1. says:

    This book came highly recommended from a historical reenactor on a Revolutionary War battlefield This past July my wife and I were visiting Hubbardtown Vermont site of a notable American defeat in 1777 A reenactor representi

  2. says:

    I don't think much can be added to the previous reviews of this excellent book The author has produced a well written and researched account of this great and interesting period of history At times I felt for the British and wanted them to win

  3. says:

    One of the very best books on a military campaign I have ever read And believe me I've read a LOT of them Makes you all wistful about Benedict Arnold

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    Edited 2313 Third time through this book One thing that was obvious but not stated outright is that Burgoyne's defeat was as much caused by his own hubris as well as the American dispositions Further although General Horatio Gates was in command of the American forces at Freeman's Farm the background for the victory was laid on a foundation of support by the then deposed general Philip Schuyler the decision to evacuate

  5. says:

    A panoramic and dramatic depiction of the most impactful battle of the american revolution Ketchum using all available sources including first hand accounts by the participants gives us a vivid look on what it was like to live during these tr

  6. says:

    The late Richard M Ketchum's book is about the British army's summer 1777 offensive against the rebellious American Colonies General John Burgoyne led a force consisting of regular army units German mercenaries Indians loyalists and Canadians South into New York from Canada in an amphibious operation which inten

  7. says:

    I picked up this book at the Saratoga Battlefield park when it was recommended by several of the Park Rangers They are right It is indeed a wonderful read I stayed up very late four nights running because I couldn't put the book downKetchum covers the entire campaign from it's inception in Canada and London down to the disposition of the pow's and the Courts Maritial for Schuyler and St Clair Courts Maritial in those days were a

  8. says:

    uite an interesting read with lots of detail which really helps me better understand 1 the importance of this battle to the overall outcome of the American Revolution and 2 how serious the privations suffered by the army during the course of the war really were I am now in complete awe of those who put their all on the line for the cause of independence Now having finished the book I am looking forward to my NEH teacher

  9. says:

    A very readable well researched study of one of the pivotal battles of the American Revolution It gives the reader a good understanding of the political infighting on both sides and the tremendous efforts of the soldiers involved

  10. says:

    This is one of the best historical books I have ever read Ketchum tells the story of the Saratoga campaign from start to finish like he was there

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