Army Badges and Insignia of World War II (Colour) by Guido Rosignoli

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New York: J. R. Zehner, 1995. Arnold, Margaret (June 11, 1760–August 24, 1804) Loyalist Spy eguiling and winsome, Peggy Arnold was once the belle of Philadelphia society. But her graceful and lilting persona belied a steely resolve and an appetite for danger. Completely devoted to England during the American Revolution, she convinced her husband, Gen. Benedict Arnold, to change sides. Margaret Shippen was born in Philadelphia on June 11, 1760, into one of America’s foremost colonial families. Her father, Judge Edward Shippen, was a merchant of some repute and chief justice of the colony of Pennsylvania.

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Arnold, Margaret (June 11, 1760–August 24, 1804) Loyalist Spy eguiling and winsome, Peggy Arnold was once the belle of Philadelphia society. But her graceful and lilting persona belied a steely resolve and an appetite for danger. Completely devoted to England during the American Revolution, she convinced her husband, Gen. Benedict Arnold, to change sides. Margaret Shippen was born in Philadelphia on June 11, 1760, into one of America’s foremost colonial families. Her father, Judge Edward Shippen, was a merchant of some repute and chief justice of the colony of Pennsylvania.

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