Lafayette and the American Revolution

Freedman, Russell

Book - 2010
Average Rating: 2.5 stars out of 5.
Lafayette and the American Revolution
Recount how the aristocratic Frenchman, who disdained court life and craved battlefield glory, came to the aid of the Continental Army and ended up one of George Washington's closest associates and friends. From Lafayette's mostly fatherless childhood and military career to his exile for his part in the French Revolution and his final, vindicated days.

Publisher: New York : Holiday House, 2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 0823421821
Branch Call Number: j B-L161fr 2010
Characteristics: 88 p. :,col. ill. ;,24 x 28 cm


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Lafayette was 19 and had never been in a battle, when he ran away from his family, bought a ship, and sailed to America, technically breaking the law, where he had been promised a position as a major general, second only to George Washington. Illus. with period drawings.

Jan 23, 2013

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