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Benedict Arnold - Wikipedia

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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, ...

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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Nov 20, 2015 ... Find out more about Benedict Arnold, the Revolutionary War general whose ... He often felt he did not receive the recognition he deserved and by the end of the ... by French authorities for a short time on suspicion of spying.

Benedict Arnold - USHistory.org

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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.

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. ..... He did not have much of a formal education, but learned from nature and life, and  ...

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 ...

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 ...

Why Benedict Arnold Turned Traitor Against the American Revolution

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A neighbor from Connecticut remembered that Benedict Arnold was “the most ..... Congress had become a facade behind which 13 states did whatever was best ...

Benedict Arnold - Revolutionary-War.net

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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?

Spies of the American Revolution: Famous to Infamous (Benedict ...

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Oct 12, 2016 ... We all learned in grade school that Benedict Arnold was a terrible, ... Up to and during the Battle of Saratoga, Arnold did three important things. First ... A man or woman can become a spy for all of these reasons or just for one.