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Twice a Hero - Thaddeus Kosciuszko and Casimir Pulaski
"The wonder of American Revolutionary history is fully presented in this story of two young Polish men, one a Count, the other a plain man, who became heroes for freedom in Revolutionary America.


 
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ISBN: 9780963245946

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by Dirk Wales

"The wonder of American Revolutionary history is fully presented in this story of two young Polish men, one a Count, the other a plain man, who became heroes for freedom in Revolutionary America. Pulaski died while trying to save Savannah, Georgia, from the British. Kosciuszko won two major battles, one at Saratoga, another at West Point, and returned to Poland to become a hero there as well. The final wonders are all the surprises to be discovered about the history and heroes of our country. - You will be able to look at the DVD with this book to see the way Casimir Pulaski lived before coming to America to help us to win the Revolution. The DVD (10 minutes) shows how he became a genuine Polish American hero." Excellent gift for young and adult readers. The book is nicely illustrated by Lynn Ihsen Peterson.
Features
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Color and black and white illustrations
  • Library binding
  • Size 12.25" x 9.25" - (31cm x 23.5cm)


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