This monument was erected under the patronage of the State of Connecticut in
the 55th year of ..... However, Arnold interpreted the manner in which they did so
as an act of sympathy for his wounds, ...
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articles, pictures, historical ... His name has since become synonymous with the
word “traitor.” ... Did You Know? ... André was hanged as a spy in October 1780.
Benedict Arnold is the most famous Revolutionary War spy, though to ... a traitor.
His very name has become associated with being a traitor. How did this happen?
Biography of Benedict Arnold. ... Arnold was surprised and a little angered
because Ethan Allen did not care if ..... Flexner, James T.,The Traitor and the Spy.
Stories of Spies and Letters, The Infamous Benedict Arnold ... At the beginning of
the letter, Arnold also referred to previous information he had provided ... were
tired of the war and would give up soon if they did not see any substantial benefit.
André then purchased a position as captain and become General Charles Grey's
aide. ... André's most famous success was the treachery of Benedict Arnold. .....
He did not have much of a formal education, but learned from nature and life, and
Jun 27, 2008 ... The one-time war hero chose a path of betrayal after becoming disillusioned with
A collection of resources on the Culper Spy Ring's discovery of Benedict Arnold's
treason ... Tallmadge advanced rapidly, becoming a captain in the mounted light
... consisted of reconnaissance, although he did see action at Brandywine.
Apr 4, 2013 ... To Catch a Traitor: John Champe Pursues Benedict Arnold ... Lee saw only one
way to capture Arnold: An American must pretend to defect, become a trusted
confidant of the traitor, and then kidnap ... He would have to have the skills of a
sailor, soldier, and spy. .... Hours passed, but Champe did not show.
Apr 24, 2011 ... Wife of American Traitor General Benedict Arnold ... Andre, who had been made
British General Henry Clinton's spy chief. .... Women did not participate in town
meetings and were excluded from decision making in the chu.