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Benedict Arnold: a name that has become synonymous with betrayal. However, this wasn't always the case. At one time he was General (and future first president) George Washington's trusted advisor in the struggle against the British. What caused this turncoat to turn his revolutionary ambitions inside out to match the crimson of the British? What brought on one of the most famous treacheries in history?
Inside you will learn about:



A revolutionary in his own right
On the eve of revolution
The war rages
Independence Day
Marriage of destiny
America's wayward son
And much more!

It has long been perceived as a historical enigma, but in this book we are going to tackle it. Listen to learn what turned a man who could have potentially been one of the greatest military heroes of American history - and perhaps even a future president himself - switch course and betray his country in such a devastating way. Listen to learn the true story about Benedict Arnold.
©2017 Hourly History Limited (P)2017 Hourly History Limited
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4 out of 5 stars
By JPALJ on 08-25-17

Quality content with sing song narrator

Good listen because it provided more in-depth information than is usually available about this particular figure. Would have liked more information regarding the battle on Lake Champlain, as much more is available to be explored. Same for the battles at New London and Richmond, about which there should be much information. Disappointed in the narration which bordered on the melodramatic, with emphasis placed at the wrong times.

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