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Posted August 19, 2009
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Roberts features the Northern campaigns of the American Revolution. Rabble In Arms picks up where Arundel ends and takes the reader through the disasterous retreat from Quebec the sufferings of the sick and wounded which make Valley Forge, for all the suffering and hardship that happened there look tame by comparison. These are the battles and campaigns that led up to the eventual surrender of General Burgoynes army at Saratoga. Benedict Arnold is the real hero in both Arundel and this book but one can find some of the problems that would cause Arnold to turn on the revolutionary cause a few years later. In rabble in Arms Arnold is a Dynamo of energy whether its building a fleet to oppose the British on Lake Champlain or leading the charge that routs the British Army at Saratoga, a great book
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