Battle of Bennington

Comtois, Pierre
August 2005
Military History;Aug2005, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p54
Describes the Battle of Bennington in New York in August 1777. Background on the Grand Strategy of lieutenant general John Burgoyne; Role of New Hampshire local hero John Stark in the battle; Information on the expedition of lieutenant colonel Friedrich Baum, commander of the Brunswick Dragoons.


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