Clean X-lib Copy in With D. J jacket. From the inside cover: "Most Americans are unaware of the fact that a colonial army came within a few snow-covered yards of conquering Canada during the Revolutionary War. It is a story seldom told in detail, and never before with the vitality Robert Hatch gives to it....This is a meticulously detailed account that does justice to both sides. Carleton emerges as an able, astute, and decent man; Montgomery as an authentic hero; Arnold as a brilliant, courageous leader, who was also embittered and selfserving. The story of an American army invading a peaceful neighbor and of a country preserved by the wisdom and courage of the British colonial government is a strange contrast to the events in the thirteen colonies-and Robert Hatch tells it compellingly."
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