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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS viii
  • Contents ix
  • I- The Boast of Heraldry 1
  • II- Manners Makyth Man 8
  • III- The Pomp of Power 16
  • IV- Paths of Glory 30
  • V- Minden 49
  • VI- Court Martial 60
  • VII- Purgatory 71
  • VIII- This Side of Paradise 87
  • IX- Secretary for America 101
  • X- Directing a War 117
  • XI- Men at Odds 136
  • XII- Plans and Motives 159
  • XIII- Fruits of Enmity 182
  • XIV- The Conquering Hero 195
  • XV- Contretemps 206
  • XVI- The Plot Thickens 224
  • XVII- Saratoga 242
  • XVIII- Recriminations 253
  • XX- Scapegoat 290
  • XXI- Digression on Peace 305
  • XXII- Old Scores and New Hazards 327
  • XXIII- Third Battle of Saratoga 343
  • XXIV- Roads to Nowhere 363
  • Xxv The Inner Circle 376
  • Xxvi Rebellion at Home 399
  • Xxvii Climax of Strategy 414
  • Xxviii Strategy Reconsidered 426
  • Xxix The Inevitable Hour 439
  • Xxx Private Lives 461
  • Xxxi Twilight of Warriors 482
  • Notes 497
  • APPENDIX I Germain's Orders to Carleton and Burgoyne 502
  • APPENDIX II The Character of Lord George 504
  • Bibliography 506
  • INDEX OF PERSONS AND PLACES 517
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