|Author:||Charles W. Heckert,Andreas Wiederhold|
|Publisher:||McClain Printing Co; 1st, Date Same Title & Copyright Page edition (December 1, 1980)|
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The German-American Diary book by Charles W. Heckert.
The German-American Diary book. German American Diary: Notes of Related Historical Interest, Including Translated Excerpts from the Wiederholdt Diary, American Revolutionary War. ISBN. 0870123270 (ISBN13: 9780870123276).
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His diary, published in a rough English version after the war and in German in the early '60s, has long been regarded as a rich source of high-level military information from the point of view of the German general staff. More notebook than diary, most of the entries are either very general ("Treaty with Slovakia signed") or obscure ("Mass production of first-class self-propelled vessels"). There are summaries of unit-strength reports, notations of comings and goings, highly compressed situation reports from various fronts and summaries of staff conferences.
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Bibliography: p. 275. English or German.
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American Revolution, also called United States War of Independence or American Revolutionary War, (1775–83) . The total number of the former provided by quotas from the states throughout the conflict was 231,771 men, and the militias totaled 164,087.
American Revolution, also called United States War of Independence or American Revolutionary War, (1775–83), insurrection by which 13 of Great Britain’s North American colonies won political independence and went on to form the United States of America. At any given time, however, the American forces seldom numbered over 20,000; in 1781 there were only about 29,000 insurgents under arms throughout the country. The war was therefore one fought by small field armies.
Americans were alarmed at the arrival of German troops on American soil .
Americans were alarmed at the arrival of German troops on American soil, viewing it as a betrayal by King George II. Other Germans came to North America during the French and Indian War, including Frederick, Baron de Weissenfels, who settled in New York State as a British officer