By John C. Fredriksen
Americas army Adversaries КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: ABC-CLIOАвтор(ы): John C. FredriksenЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2001Количество страниц: 635ISBN: 1-57607-604-0Формат: pdf (e-book)Размер: 6.49 mb RapidIfolder zero
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Arnim (called “Dieter”) joined the prestigious Fourth Prussian Foot Guards in 1908 and rose to second lieutenant the following year. In this capacity he fought throughout World War I, rendering distinguished service on both fronts. He ended the war as a captain and became one of only 4,000 officers se- A lected to remain in the greatly reduced Reichswehr. An excellent officer, Arnim performed well over the ensuing decade, serving in the Defense Ministry (1924– 1925) and as commander of the elite 68th Infantry Regiment (1935).
Given her close contact with Andre, now head of British military intelligence at New York, she was well-placed for such perfidious work. For a year and a half, the two plotted and schemed while Arnold dithered about making the break. Margaret, using all the charms and guile she could muster, kept encouraging him to reconsider. A turning point was reached when Arnold underwent a formal court-martial for his behavior and General Washington, his longtime benefactor, stood aloof. Margaret, meanwhile, composed several carefully encrypted letters to Andre, explaining her husband’s intention to defect when the opportunity arose.
Benedict Arnold, who was testing the waters for a possible defection. Their connection was probably made at the instigation of his former acquaintance Peggy Shippen, still at Philadelphia and whom Arnold had wed. Arnold had been growing dissatisfied with his lack of recognition from Congress, his financial problems, and charges of financial impropriety leveled against him. By September 1780 General Clinton was convinced of Arnold’s sincerity to change sides, and so he authorized Andre to schedule a clandestine rendezvous.
Americas Military Adversaries by John C. Fredriksen