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Benedict Arnold

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Benedict Arnold (January 14, 1741 [O.S. January 3, 1740] – June 14, 1801) was a general ..... However, Arnold interpreted the manner in which they did so as an act of ... "I am told Gener...

Benedict Arnold - American Revolution - HISTORY.com

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Find out more about the history of Benedict Arnold, including videos, interesting 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 - General - Biography.com

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Find out more about Benedict Arnold, the Revolutionary War general whose betrayal ... He often felt he did not receive the recognition he deserved and by the end of ... was imprisoned by French authorities for a short time on suspicion of spying. ... Army in the American Revolution, and was the first to become U.S. president.

Benedict Arnold - USHistory.org

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Plus a timeline, weather reports, the French Connection, Franklin, spies, ... Benedict Arnold was born on January 14, 1741 in Norwich, Connecticut. ... Arnold was surprised and a little angered because Ethan Allen did not care if Arnold had ...

From hero to traitor: Benedict Arnold's day of infamy

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Sep 21, 2015 ... On September 21, 1780, Revolutionary War hero Benedict Arnold ... So how did Arnold, with his patriot's pedigree, become the most-hated man in America? ... The young major also led the British spy network and had been in ...

Why did Benedict Arnold become a spy for the British - Answers.com

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By 1779, Arnold had been making deals with the British. He did this because he was angry at the American Government for court-marshalling him because.

Spy Letters of the American Revolution -- People

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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.

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Jun 5, 2014 ... Benedict Arnold (January 14, 1741 [O.S. January 3, 1740] -- June ... OUTSTANDING Great interview she did outstanding job researching Mr. Arnold and more .... George Washington's Secret Six: The Spy Ring That Saved the ...

To Catch a Traitor: John Champe Pursues Benedict Arnold ...

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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.

The Culper Spy Ring and Benedict Arnold | Major Benjamin ...

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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.

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Benedict Arnold - The American Revolutionary War

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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 for Kids: Benedict Arnold - Ducksters

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Other generals like Horatio Gates did not like Arnold at all. Arnold even came under military court martial at one point. Becoming a Spy In 1779, Arnold began to ...

Benedict Arnold · George Washington's Mount Vernon

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Benedict Arnold (Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection) ... and continued his business in defiance of the British acts, effectively becoming a smuggler. ... Quoted in James Thomas Flexner, The Traitor and the Spy: Benedict Arnold and John ...