This Week on Dispatches: Jim Piecuch on Women and Revolutionary-Era Armies


November 17, 2019
by Editors Also by this Author


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On this week’s Dispatches host Brady Crytzer interviews historian and JAR associate editor, Jim Piecuch who elaborates on his article about the suggestion for a British “Female Corp” and the role of women in the British and Continental armies during the American Revolution.

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One thought on “This Week on Dispatches: Jim Piecuch on Women and Revolutionary-Era Armies

  • I just finished listening to the podcast on The British Female Corps. Might the author have been Catharine Macauley? I believe she had made references to to the subject. Just conjecture….

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