The Road to Yorktown: The French Campaigns in the American Revolution
The fate of the American Revolution had yet to be decided when a remarkable 21-year-old Frenchman arrived in America. Louis-François-Bertrand, the Count of Lauberdière, belonged to an old noble family that traced its heritage back to the Crusades. His father, François-Charles-Mathieu, was musketeer of the guard of King Louis XV. More important, his uncle was General Rochambeau, the commander of all French forces in America. The Count of Lauberdière kept one of--and perhaps THE MOST--remarkable and important diaries of the entire war and it has never been published and but rarely used.
Author/Editor: Louis-François-Bertrand, comte de Lauberdière / Norman Desmarais. Published by Savas Beatie, 2021. 312 pages, hardcover.