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Mary C. Lynn,Helga Doblin
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Johann Friedrich Specht, Specht Journal: A Military Journal of the Burgoyne Campaign.

Johann Friedrich Specht, Specht Journal: A Military Journal of the Burgoyne Campaign. 16. Atwood, Hessians, p. 82; Bruce E. Burgoyne (ed. and trans. Georg Pausch’s Journal and Reports of the Campaign in America (Maryland: Heritage, 1996), p. 4. oogle Scholar. 17. William L. Stone (trans. Letters of Brunswick and Hessian Officers During the American Revolution (Albany, NY: Joel Munsell’s Sons, 1891), p. 6.

The Specht Journal is one of the major diaries written by Braunschweig military personnel during the Burgoyne campaign of the American Revolutionary War. From the departure from Wolfenbuttel on February 22, 1776 to the end on Winter Hill near Boston on November . .

He describes the astonishing affair at Ticonderoga, the short battle at Hubbardton, and the toilsome march south to Fort Miller via Forts Ann and Edward.

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Journal of Military Studies, I am looking confidently to the future with an. expectation that this journal will in. expectation that this journal will in the future continue to serve even better its. intended purpose as a scientific journal in the field of military studies. Professor Juha-Matti Lehtonen. In military profession, acute kidney injury (AKI) due to rhabdomyolysis is not uncommon because of its nature of job. This life threatening condition needs early aggressive management in a specialized centre to restore normal renal function. Here we report a case of rhabdomyolysis due to physical exertion who developed acute kidney injury and required haemodialysis.

Sixth Continuation of the Journal With the Brigade of Colonel Specht From August 7 to August 31, 1777. Burgoyne received the reliable report that the enemy had begun to fortify themselves strongly on the place where the affair had occurred with the corps of Lieut. Aug. 7 During the day, it is exceedingly hot in this region. They were probably afraid of being attacked there by our army.

A key feature of the journal is its commitment to fostering debate on the most significant issues in medieval military history; that .

A key feature of the journal is its commitment to fostering debate on the most significant issues in medieval military history; that tradition is continued here with Bernard Bachrach's argument against the idea that early medieval military structures and practices were sharply different from Late Antique ones.

Translated by Helga Doblin. This book presents the first English translation of that journal, an important historical, scientific, and cultural record of the Revolutionary era that includes descriptions of Wasmus' medical work and a chronicle of the Battle of Bennington. In March of 1776, company surgeon . Wasmus accompanied the regiments of Duke Carl of Braunschweig to America, to fight for the British Crown in the American Revolution.

The Specht Journal is one of the major diaries written by Braunschweig military personnel during the Burgoyne campaign of the American Revolutionary War. From the departure from Wolfenbuttel on February 22, 1776 to the end on Winter Hill near Boston on November 9, 1777, the narrator faithfully accounts for each day of the ill-fated campaign. He describes the astonishing affair at Ticonderoga, the short battle at Hubbardton, and the toilsome march south to Fort Miller via Forts Ann and Edward. The campaign ends after two indecisive battles at Saratoga, where Burgoyne, without supplies and badly outnumbered, has to sign a Convention with the victorious American commander Horatio Gates.