- Perspective on the French-american Alliance
- The Decision to Send a French Military Expeditionary Force
- Lafayette, Franklin, And The Coming of Rochambeau's Army
- Rochambeau's Instructions for Service in Allied Command
- A chronology of French decisions and actions [PDF file]
- Yorktown Campaign Decision
- De Grasse's decision to go to the Chesapeake
- Seizure of Redoubts 9 and 10, Yorktown (14 October 1781)
- Flohr's Invention
- After Yorktown, 1781: the 'War Beyond the Horizon'
- West Indies Score Card During the American War for Independence (1776-1783)
- Strategic Assessment of the Battle of the Saintes (12 April 1782)
- Recognizing Ethnic Diversity Associated with Yorktown 1781
- The Tree That Hides the Forest
- Issue of Washington's Masonic Apron Gift from Lafayette
- Assessment of French Made Masonic Aprons Owned by George Washington
- France's Contribution to American Independence
- The Atlantic Enlightenment, in France and the United States, at the Time of the War of Independence and the Peace of Paris
- Spain's Contribution to the American War for Independence
- Site Map for Expédition Particulière Commemorative Cantonment Society pages
[Principal Theme Pages: Key Persons, French-American Alliance topics,
Yorktown Campaign Related topics, French Navy and World Wide Aspects,
and 'particular issues' that address frequent misunderstandings. Many of the latter are repeated on this particular page.]
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UT MYTHOS DETEGERE|
ATQUE VERUM COGNOSCERE
The motto reflects the fundamental goals of the XENOPHONGroup
to weed out 'false history' and to discover what are supportable
accounts of past military events and related developments. This means
re-examining many traditional versions of frequently repeated accounts,
as well as looking more thoroughly into some less traveled areas.
Page initially drafted 6 January 2013, revised 7 April 2013.