SKU: 10052

By Harlow Giles Unger. ISBN 0-471-39432-7. Copyright 2002. Softcover with 452 pages including 51 illustrations.

Acclaimed author Harlow Giles Unger paints an intimate and detailed portrait of the heroic young French soldier who, at nineteen, renounced a life of luxury in Paris and Versailles to fight and bleed for liberty—at Brandywine, Valley Forge, and Yorktown. In a tale filled with adventure, romance, political intrigue, Unger follows Lafayette from the battlefields of North America to the palace of Versailles.
A Mount Vernon bookplate, signed by the author, is included with your purchase.

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