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Archive for August, 2007

September 1777 draws near.  As August winds down, the road to Saratoga looms in the distance unbeknownst to all what a pivotal event, the fall of 1777, will be.  Stay posted as there will be  more to come in the near future.

A continuation of
JOURNAL of BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN AMERICA
DIARY Of the BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN NORTH AMERICA
“August 29
A few days after the unfortunate affairs at Bennington almost all the Indian nations saw good to leave our army. Their commander, Mr. St. Luc, used all the influence he had among them to prevent their returning […]

“August 28
News from
The river Mohawk
And General Howe’s
Army

The army remained in its position from the 18th until this date without any further change taking place, and as the pontoon bridge over the Hudson broke on the 19th, they have begun to make a new one below the […]

The following is the after action report from Lt. Colonel Breyman to von Riedesel. The document reveals how devastating the battle of Bennington really was. Losses were heavy in men and material. This document can be found at Saratoga NHP.

“Breymann’s account to von Riedesel of Bennington
On the 15th of August […]

I have added a page to the Brunswick Jager Section regarding the “Battle of Bennington“. The information is contained within :
JOURNAL of BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN AMERICA
DIARY Of the BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN NORTH AMERICA
Under the command of
Major-General von RIEDESEL
HZ 170-HZ391.doc
Location, Saratoga NHP
I have also added several pictures of the Bennington Battlefield. These photos were […]

13 August 1777

More from the JOURNAL of BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN AMERICA, DIARY Of the BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN NORTH AMERICA
“Aug.13
Lieut.Col. Baum’s report
General Burgoyne received a report from Lieutenant-Colonel Baum, in which he notified the slight engagement at Cambridge, and related at the same time that he had heard, […]

I have been posting a lot of information from the summer of 1777. This information is from the JOURNAL of BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN AMERICA, DIARY Of the BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN NORTH AMERICA and can be found at Saratoga NHP.
“Aug. 11.
Lieutenant-Colonel Baum’s Corps […]

Regarding General Howe from:
JOURNAL of BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN AMERICA
DIARY Of the BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN NORTH AMERICA
“Aug.10
General v.Riedesel has received authentic news of the condition of General Howe’s army this morning; it is as follows:
General […]

August 9, 1777

More from the:
JOURNAL of BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN AMERICA
DIARY Of the BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN NORTH AMERICA

“Aug. 9
Lieut.Col Baum’s Corps that is intended for the expedition takes up its quarters at Fort Miller
Brigadier Powel received orders to relieve Brigadier Hamilton at Fort Carillon, and to take the […]

Exerpts from :
JOURNAL of BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN AMERICA
DIARY Of the BRUNSWICK TROOPS IN NORTH AMERICA

“Aug. 7
A large quantity of provisions, artillery, munition, equipage and bateaux for the army has already arrived at Fort George and will be brought to the army here, as it is the intention to construct a large magazine […]

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