This Week on Dispatches: Gene Procknow on Benedict Arnold and James Wemyss


September 14, 2019
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On this week’s Dispatches host Brady Crytzer interviews long-time JAR contributor Gene Procknow on the fascinating parallel lives of Continental officer Benedict Arnold and British officer James Wemyss.

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One thought on “This Week on Dispatches: Gene Procknow on Benedict Arnold and James Wemyss

  • Revealed to the listeners the differences in the two personalities and how they handled many major decisions so differently A clear and concise interview.

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