A head and shoulders profile engraving of Benedict Arnold. ...... The first major
biography of Arnold, The Life and Treason of Benedict Arnold, published in 1832
On this day in History, Benedict Arnold commits treason on Sep 21, 1780. Learn
more about what happened today on History.
Benedict Arnold was born on January 14, 1741 in Norwich, Connecticut. .... Why
would a man commit treason against his country, especially one who had fought
Benedict Arnold's Treason Digital History ID 119. Author: Edmund Pendleton
Date:1780. Annotation: Toward the end of 1780, morale within the Continental ...
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Leaving a legacy of a name forever after synonymous with the word traitor.
Jun 27, 2008 ... After almost losing a leg for America, Benedict Arnold expected more. ... His
unforgivable act of treason has often been attributed to a flawed ...
“Treason is but trusted like the fox” - Shakespeare. Whatever Happened to
Benedict Arnold? By Mary Theobald. Hannah Arnold gave birth to her son in this
General Benedict Arnold is one of the most famous traitors in American History.
Learn the facts of his treason.
During the American Revolution, the discovery of General Benedict Arnold's plot
to surrender West Point to the British was a deeply shocking revelation.
Sep 20, 2009 ... On September 21, 1780, American General Benedict Arnold met with British
Major John Andre to plot the transfer of West Point, a key strategic ...