The French War Against America: How a Trusted Ally Betrayed Washington and the Founding Fathers (Hardcover)

How a Trusted Ally Betrayed Washington and the Founding Fathers

By Harlow Giles Unger

Wiley, 9780471651130, 304pp.

Publication Date: March 1, 2005

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Acclaim for The French War Against America

""A very readable and provocative tale of early Franco-American relations that will please some and infuriate others.""
--John Buchanan, author of The Road to Valley Forge: How Washington Built the Army That Won the Revolution

""Harlow Unger has written an amazing tour de force revealing France's two-faced role in the American Revolution and the early Republic. The book also has enormous relevance for contemporary politics. Don't miss it.""
--Thomas Fleming, author of Liberty : The American Revolution

Praise for Lafayette

""Harlow Unger has cornered the market on muses to emerge as America's most readable historian. His new biography of the Marquis de Lafayette combines a thoroughgoing account of the age of revolution, a probing psychological study of a complex man, and a literary style that goes down like cream.""
--Florence King, Contributing Editor, National Review.



About the Author

HARLOW GILES UNGER is author of the award-winning Lafayette, John Hancock, and Noah Webster, all from Wiley. A veteran journalist, he was an editor at the New York Herald Tribune Overseas News Service and a foreign correspondent for the Times and the Sunday Times (London). After many years in Paris, he now lives in the United States.
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