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General Howe's Dog: George Washington, the Battle for Germantown, and the Dog ThatCrossed Enemy Lines by Caroline Tiger

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Author
Caroline Tiger
Publisher
Chamberlain Bros.
Date of release
Pages
176
ISBN
9781596090323
Binding
Hardcover
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Rating
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Before they were generals-they were gentlemen.

A remarkable footnote to history surfaced during America's fight for independence. After the Battle of Germantown, General George Washington came across a stray dog wearing an inscribed collar marking him as the property of British general William Howe-the very man Washington was trying to defeat. As a well-bred gentleman and man of his times, Washington did the proper thing: he returned the dog to his adversary, along with a polite note. Though separated by ideals and loyalties, both Washington and Howe adhered to a common code of conduct. Following the early lives of both men, General Howe's Dog provides a fascinating account of their upbringings and ascents through the military ranks, detailing how enemies on the battlefield composed themselves as respectable gentlemen in the midst of war. It is a rarely seen glimpse into the personality and character of the father of our country.


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