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Decision at the Chesapeake.

Author: Harold Atkins Larrabee
Publisher: New York, C.N. Potter [1964]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
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Larrabee, Harold Atkins, 1894-
Decision at the Chesapeake.
New York, C.N. Potter [1964]
(OCoLC)562587096
Online version:
Larrabee, Harold Atkins, 1894-
Decision at the Chesapeake.
New York, C.N. Potter [1964]
(OCoLC)608591470
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Atkins Larrabee
OCLC Number: 426234
Description: xvii, 317 p. maps. 22 cm.
Contents: The stage : and some properties --
The actors : though not in order of their appearance --
Architects of defeat : George III and Lord North --
Architects of defeat : Lords Germain and Sandwich --
Architects of defeat : generals Clinton and Cornwallis --
Architects of defeat : admirals Rodney, Hood, and Graves --
Architects of victory : Louis XVI, Choiseul, and Vergennes --
Architects of victory : Lafayette and Rochambeau --
Architects of victory : De Grasse and Washington --
The action : England's unsolved problem --
How Cornwallis got to Yorktown : British victories in the south : Charleston and Camden --
Cornwallis Versus Greene : cowpens and Guilford court house --
Cornwallis and Lafayette in Virginia --
Cornwallis goes to Yorktown --
De Grasse and Saint-Simon decide to come north --
Rodney Dallies at Saint Eustatius --
Hood, not Rodney, to the rescue --
The battle of the Chesapeake : first phase --
The battle of the Chesapeake : second phase --
The battle of the Chesapeake : third phase --
"Too little, too late" --
Rochambeau writes a letter --
Washington and Rochambeau march south --
The siege and surrender at Yorktown --
Apportioning the blame and praise.

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