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“Soon, they're on the run with George Washington and the Continental Army, and something much worse and more deadly than Redcoats is pursuing them all.”
“I also just picked up a book called Redcoats, about the British in the US, so that might be an option as well.”
“Then, finally, how he had counselled Alastair to turn drover with him till the 'Redcoats' should depart, as the best method to avoid capture, and how constantly Alastair's high spirits led them into danger.”
“Lord Haw Haw in the UK: The cowardly "Redcoats" were known to execute innocent civilians, including women and children in the American colonies.”
“The Redcoats observed proper rules of war, but you never knew where the Swamp Fox was at.”
“They're dress-up generals in a make-believe war, corporate servants who use the rhetoric of yesterday's revolution to serve today's Redcoats.”
“According to the “terrorists hide behind women and children” line of logic, then the IDF would like to be able to use U.S. funded tanks, missiles, willie pete, and helicopter gunships to mount offensives against Hamas resisters – standing in an open clearing like British Redcoats in the Revolutionary War?”
“Redcoats trying to root out Jacobite rebels in the most inaccessible Highland regions were hampered by inaccurate intelligence.”
“Redcoats: The British Soldier and War in the Americas, 1755–1763.”
“Kopperman, “Cheapest Pay”; officer and orderly book quoted Brumwell, Redcoats, 105.”
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