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A Hessian Diary of the American Revolution

Bruce E. Burgoyne

A Hessian Diary of the American Revolution

by Bruce E. Burgoyne

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Published by Heritage Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History - United States,
  • HIS027000

  • The Physical Object
    FormatCD-ROM
    Number of Pages301
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11104712M
    ISBN 100788439162

    Electronic books Diaries History Personal narratives Personal narratives, German: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Döhla, Johann Conrad, Hessian diary of the American Revolution. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Johann Conrad Döhla; Johann Conrad Döhla: Material. Description: This unique diary, written by one of the thirty thousand Hessian troops whose services were sold to George III to suppress the American Revolution, is the most complete and informative primary account of the Revolution from the common soldier's point of view. Johann Conrad Döhla describes not just military activities but also.

      The Paperback of the A Hessian Officer's Diary of the American Revolution Translated From An Anonymous Ansbach-Bayreuth Diary and The Prechtel Diary by Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : $   Diary of the American War: A Hessian Journalby Captain Johann Ewald (Author) and Joseph P. Tustin (Editor, Translator).

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A Hessian Diary of the American Revolution by Bruce E. Burgoyne Download PDF EPUB FB2

This unique diary, written by one of the thirty thousand Hessian troops whose services were sold to George III to suppress the American Revolution, is the most complete and informative primary account of the Revolution from the common soldier's point of by: 5.

This unique diary, written by one of the thirty thousand Hessian troops whose services were sold to George III to suppress the American Revolution, is the most complete and informative primary account of the Revolution from the common soldier's point of view/5.

This unique diary, written by one of the thirty thousand Hessian troops whose services were sold to George III to suppress the American Revolution, is the most complete and informative primary account of the Revolution from the common soldier's point of : University of Oklahoma Press.

This unique diary, written by one of the thirty thousand Hessian troops whose services were sold to George III to suppress the American Revolution, is the most complete and informative primary 5/5(3). A Hessian Officer's Diary of the American Revolution Translated From An Anonymous Ansbach-Bayreuth Diary and The Prechtel Diary by Bruce Burgoyne (Author)5/5(1).

AMERICAN REVOLUTION. This unique diary, written by one of the thirty thousand Hessian troops whose services were sold to George III to suppress the American Revolution, is the most complete and informative primary account of the Revolution from the common soldier's point of view.

A Hessian Diary of the American Revolution InJohann Conrad Döhla journeyed from Anspach-Bayreuth (a principality in present-day Germany) to North America to fight alongside the British Army during the American War for Independence. Diary of the American War: A Hessian Journal Hardcover – January 1, by Captain Johann Ewald (Author), Joseph P.

Tustin (Editor, Translator)Cited by: 7. This unique diary, written by one of the thirty thousand Hessian troops whose services were sold to George III to suppress the American Revolution, is the most complete and informative primary account of the Revolution from the common soldier's point of view/5(12).

This volume contains translations of two versions of the Revolutionary War diary of Johann Ernst Prechtel: the first from the "original" document, and the second from an author-revised later.

A Hessian Officer's Diary of the American Revolution Translated From An Anonymous Ansbach-Bayreuth Diary and The Prechtel Diary - Bruce E. Burgoyne. This volume contains translations of two versions of the Revolutionary War diary of Johann Ernst Prechtel: the first from the "original" document, and the second from an author-revised later version.

This unique diary, written by one of the thirty thousand Hessian troops whose services were sold to George III to suppress the American Revolution, is the most complete and informative primary account of the Revolution from the common soldier's point of : $ This book is an interesting diary by a private in the German Bayreuth regiment, who served in America during Dohla was captured at Yorktown, imprisoned in Maryland and not repatriated until Particularly poignant are examples of how German officers maintained brutal discipline and this brutality undermined morale/5(15).

Nonfiction Book Review: A Hessian Diary of the American Revolution by Johann Conrad Dohla, Author, Bruce E. Burgoyne, Editor University of Oklahoma Press $ (p) ISBN Dohla. This diary is an informative primary account of the American Revolution from the common soldier's point of view.

It was written by one of Hessian troops whose services were sold to George III to suppress the American Revolution. Rankin, Hugh F., ed. Narratives of the American Revolution – As Told by a Young Sailor, a Homesick Surgeon, a French Volunteer, and a German General’s Wife.

The Lakeside Classics Chicago: R. Donnelley & Sons Company, The Rankin volumne contains the diary of Baroness Riedesel, wife of General Riedesel mostly pertaining to General Burgoyne’s invasion of New York State from.

Diary of the American War: a Hessian journal / by: Ewald, Johann von, Published: () The Hessians: mercenaries from Hessen-Kassel in the American Revolution / by: Atwood, Rodney.

Published: () The Hessians and the other German auxiliaries of Great Britain in the Revolutionary. This book presents a translation of the diary written by Hessian mercenary Captain Johann Ewald during his service in the American Revolutionary war.

Written with humanity, sensitivity, and humor, Ewald's diary discloses many previously unknown facts. His opinions of the British generals and his discussions of their operations, tactics and mistakes are both revealing and entertaining.

Hessian Diary of the American Revolution by Johann Conrad Döhla (, Paperback)Ratings: 1. The annotated war diary of a Hessian soldier from the Ansbach-Bayreuth regiment which was sent by George III to help suppress the American Revolution. It gives the common soldier's view of famous events, including the battle of Yorktown, after which Doehla spent 2 years as a prisoner of war.

CD: A Hessian Diary of the American Revolution - Bruce E. Burgoyne. "Johann Conrad Döhla was a private in the Fourth Company of the Bayreuth Regiment from Ansbach-Bayreuth.

He had already served his prince for eight years before he was sent to America in in one of several German mercenary contingents hired by Engl.From the day the Museum of the American Revolution opened, guests asked if there was a book available that captured the spirit of our core exhibition.

This past July, the Museum released our Official Guidebook, which captures that spirit, highlighting some of .Get this from a library!

Diary of the American War: a Hessian journal. [Johann von Ewald; Joseph Philips Tustin] -- This book presents a translation of the diary written by Hessian mercenary Captain Johann Ewald during his service in the American Revolutionary war.

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