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A turning point in the War of Independence, the campaign for Philadelphia set in motion a series of events leading to the defeat of the British and eventual independence for the emerging American nation. From the landing of General William Howe's army at the head of the Elk River, to his eventual capture of Philadelphia, the campaign included some fascinating battles. The initial engagement at Brandywine, the Paoli Massacre and the missed opportunity at Germantown are all examined in detail by Justin Clement, with supporting maps, original artwork and photographs. Recently discovered information about the battle of Brandywine and analysis of the major personalities involved completes this comprehensive account.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Justin Clement has been a living history re-enactor of the American Revolution for as long as he can remember. He's transcribed several manuscript journals and orderly books and writes research articles for various living history organizations. Recently, he joined the Company of Military Historians. He graduated from the New York State University of Buffalo with a degree in Physics, but history will always remain his passion. He currently lives in Western Pennsylvania.Stephen Walsh studied art at the North East Wales Institute. Since then he has worked mainly for the American historical board-game market, fulfilling a lifelong interest in historical subjects. His American works include the best-selling Settlers of Catan. He has also produced many pieces of artwork inspired by J R R Tolkien. He is married with two children and lives in Macclesfield.

CONTENTS

The Road to Philadelphia
Chronology
The Staging Ground - The Opposing Commanders
The Opposing Forces
Head of Elk - Brandywine
Paoli - Germantown
The Delaware Forts
Aftermath
The Battle Sites Today
Bibliography
Index

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9781846030338

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