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" The man was of course shallow, fickle, unprincipled, and unstable in character, but he possessed all the gifts of a great commander. To boundless energy and enterprise he united quick insight into a situation, sound strategic instinct, audacity of movement,... "
A History of the British Army - Page 400
by Sir John William Fortescue - 1902
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Decisive Battles of the U.S.A., 1776-1918

J. F. C. Fuller - History - 2007 - 416 pages
...fighting general Benedict Arnold easily tops the American list. Of him, that British historian says : "To boundless energy and enterprise he united quick...great personal daring, and true magic of leadership." 1OT Finally, let us turn to the results of the war as a whole. Though the surrender of Yorktown was...
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