MARCH TO SARATOGA by Harrison Bird
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MARCH TO SARATOGA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With the skill of a novelist and the accuracy of a trained historian, the author retells vividly a familiar story, that of ""Gentleman Johnny"" Burgoyne, his attempt to capture Albany, in 1777, and his surrender at Saratoga. The plan that failed was a good one, and designed to split the Colonies. Literate readers who enjoy a true story brilliantly told will delight in it.

Pub Date: April 18th, 1963
Publisher: Oxford