The Diplomacy of the American Revolution

The Diplomacy of the American Revolution The American Revolution can rightly be called a turning point in the history of mankind and this fascinating book looks past the famous battles of Lexington Ticonderoga and Yorktown and focuses on th

  • Title: The Diplomacy of the American Revolution
  • Author: Samuel Flagg Bemis
  • ISBN: 9781406711158
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • The American Revolution can rightly be called a turning point in the history of mankind and this fascinating book looks past the famous battles of Lexington, Ticonderoga and Yorktown and focuses on the forgotten world of diplomacy Explore the world of secret diplomatic communiques between the American and French forces, the spy network developed by General George WashingtThe American Revolution can rightly be called a turning point in the history of mankind and this fascinating book looks past the famous battles of Lexington, Ticonderoga and Yorktown and focuses on the forgotten world of diplomacy Explore the world of secret diplomatic communiques between the American and French forces, the spy network developed by General George Washington and much Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive Hesperides Press are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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    1. Students and teachers often fail to undermine the role that foreign powers played in the independence of the United States. One possible reason for this may be the unwillingness to scrutinize all evidence currently available to scholars. Samuel Bemis Flagg’s The Diplomacy of the American Revolution attempts to foster a new understanding of the direct role that European powers played in influencing the terms of war and peace in the American Revolution through examination of primary source docum [...]

    2. A solid history of the complicated diplomacy among Britain, her rebelling colonies, France and Spain. Bemis begins by describing the Continental Congress's foray into this arena: the congress established a committee to seek alliances but felt that a military alliance should be avoided. Bemis tells how American representatives were dispatched to Europe and soon engaged in complicated negotiations with the European powers and attempted, with varying degrees of success and failure to outmaneuver th [...]

    3. A world war that (with the exception of Britain's loss of her colonies) left none of the European powers better than it found them : "The greatest victory in the annals of American diplomacy was won at the outset by Franklin, Jay, and Adams."

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