George Washington's War by Robert Leckie
The Saga of the American Revolution

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An exciting trip back in time to the American Revolution, "a reminder of what history can be when written by a master."--Publishers Weekly

About Robert Leckie

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Robert Leckie was the author of more than thirty works of military history as well as Marines, a collection of short stories, and Lord, What a Family!, a memoir. Raised in Rutherford, New Jersey, he started writing professionally at age sixteen, covering sports for The Bergen Evening Record of Hackensack. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps on the day following the attack on Pearl Harbor, going on to serve as a machine gunner and as an intelligence scout and participating in all 1st Marine Division campaigns except Okinawa. Leckie was awarded five battle stars, the Naval Commendation Medal with Combat V, and the Purple Heart. Helmet for My Pillow (Random House, 1957) was his first book; it received the Marine Corps Combat Correspondents Association award upon publication.
Published August 24, 2010 by HarperCollins e-books. 690 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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 Leckie (None Died in Vain, 1990, etc.) retreads familiar terrain in lively style—in this retelling of the story of the American Revolution.

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This fast-paced, vivid narrative enhances Leckie's reputation as a popular military historian ( Delivered from Evil ; None Died in Vain ). A storyteller in the tradition of Bruce Catton, he perceives

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