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The Lost Diary of George Washington: The Revolutionary War Years (Hardcover)
You are invited to travel by horse with the General, stay in his quarters, hear what he thinks, weigh upon his decisions, listen to his prayers, and fight by his side. Sometimes he will sound redundant. You will realize this is because many of the problems he faced were repetitive. Sometimes there will be little action. This will bother you. Please keep in mind, it bothered him more. You will see him in anguish and distress. You will experience his frustrations. You will grieve because of those who betrayed him. You will be a fly on the wall as he strategizes with his men. You will see some of those strategies carried out, while others were not executed. Even knowing the glorious outcome beforehand, you will see no possible way for victory to be had - until finally it is. You will be surprised to learn that this stoic figure had an inner turmoil few have ever faced. In the end, because of his own writings, you will know General George Washington more for who he was, above and beyond what he did or what others have said. You will hear it from his lips, in his own words.
About the Author
Dr. Johnny Teague is an author and historian, having earned five degrees, culminating with a doctorate in exposition from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
"This book is an awesome collection of Gen. George Washington's letters and papers. He kept no actual diary during the Revolutionary War, but one certainly gets the exact situation from his letters and papers. The world never changes but is repeating itself today!" —The Manhattan Press
"Although a work of fiction, in writing The Lost Diary of George Washington: The Revolutionary War Years novelist Johnny Teague has paid meticulous attention to historically accurate details. The result is a true 'you are there' experience for the reader."—Midwest Book Review