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Home Browse Books Book details, Lafayette Comes to America. Exhibitions of Lafayette mementos took place in Warsaw, Paris, New York, and Chicago.
Home Browse Books Book details, Lafayette Comes to America. Lafayette Comes to America. In Washington, on the hundredth anniversary of the general's demise (May 20, 1934), the Congress of the United States, assisted by the president's cabinet, the Supreme Court, and the leading dignitaries of the army, the navy, and the foremost patriotic societies, met in joint session to hear the greetings of France's president and to listen to the president.
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Louis Reichenthal Gottschalk (February 21, 1899 in Brooklyn – June 23, 1975 in Chicago) was an American historian, an expert on Lafayette and the French Revolution
Louis Reichenthal Gottschalk (February 21, 1899 in Brooklyn – June 23, 1975 in Chicago) was an American historian, an expert on Lafayette and the French Revolution. He taught for many years at the University of Chicago, where he was the Gustavus F. and Ann M. Swift Distinguished Service Professor of History. He was born as Louis Gottschalk, the sixth of eight children of Morris and Anna (née Krystal) Gottschalk, Jewish immigrants to Brooklyn from Poland
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Lafayette Comes To America - Louis Gottschlk. Preface The origin of Lafayette’s loyalty to America must therefore be sought neither in his philosophy (as yet, he had none but that of his class) nor in hi. . THE centennial of Lafayette’s death fell in the year 1934. The origin of Lafayette’s loyalty to America must therefore be sought neither in his philosophy (as yet, he had none but that of his class) nor in his idealism (it was undeveloped until America entered clearly into his consciousness), but in other considerations. The initial motives for his bold departure to the New World were to be found in a growing dissatisfaction with his lot at home, an increasing desire to achieve glory, and a traditional hatred of the English.
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Lafayette in America Leather Bound – 1975. by Louis Gottschalk (Author). This volume is divided into three books: Lafayette Comes to America; Lafayette Joins the American Army; and Lafayette and the Close of the American Revolution.