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This book is great for any one who is interested in American history, or one who just enjoys a well written book.
I found this account very interesting especially the quotes from letters by ordinary soldiers describing eye witness descriptions of events that they saw.
I found this book to be engrossing and written in a style unlike some history books - it reads more like a novel than a "textbook".
I found this account very interesting especially the quotes from letters by ordinary soldiers describing eye witness descriptions of events that they saw.Published 5 days ago by Stan Beckman
Good review of the Revolutionary War plus a lot of information regarding the British opposition to the war from Parliament,newspapers and a surprising number of citizens from... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Charles McCall
An incredible, well-written book that has a lot of eye-opening history, if you ever wondered how the British managed to lose America, the answer is in this book.Published 1 month ago by Harold Smith
so far,,as Iam currently reading it and almost done,,this is a good slant on the war.It could have had more british opinon as it does but still good and like the book and way it... Read morePublished 13 months ago by mickey Dran
Our history is not as noble as we want to believe. Redcoats and Rebels paints a vivid story of treachery, perfidy, and betrayal. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kelvin Elledge
Hibbert does try to explain battles using geographic references but his maps don't back it up. I thought good work on Gen Clinton and the campaigns in the south but less concise on... Read morePublished 22 months ago by retired mom
Hibbert does a good job collecting available sources from the British point of view. Thoroughly enjoyed this book and would highly recommend it.Published 23 months ago by Patrick McGee