Roger Lamb is one of the most-often quoted sources for the British soldier's experience during the American Revolution. This edition is an abridged and completely annotated version of Roger Lamb's two books; A Journal of Occurrences during the Late American War (1809) and Memoir of My Own Life (1811). Lamb’s wartime experiences have been culled from each book and blended together chronologically to form a highly readable, exciting and authentic narrative of the Amerian Revolution.
The text of A British Soldier's Story is taken verbatim from Roger Lamb's own writings. The introduction includes background material on Lamb, plus an overview of the weapons, tactics, uniforms and accouterments used by he British Army during the American Revolution.
NOTE: This is not Robert Graves' fictionalized account of Roger Lamb's life, but the TRUE LIFE ADVENTURES of a British soldier entirely in Roger Lamb’s own words.
A British Soldier's Story,
Roger Lamb's Narrative of the American Revolution
Edited & Annotated by Don N. Hagist
6 x 9, 206 pages, maps and illustrations, extensive footnotes, complete index.