Lafayette (1962)

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During the American War of Independence, French officer and nobleman La Fayette comes to America's aid with men, money and weapons and becomes a Major-General under George Washington's command.


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21 May 2003 | deanofrpps
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| lafayette and liberty
The correct title should be Lafayete in the American Revolution. Lafayette was to have a second career in democratic revolutions in his own country. Yet as a story about the famous Franco-American hero in the american revolution, the story is excellent

The American revolution is an underrated subject in the American theatre. Regrettably the cause of liberty was allowed to slip to the french.

The film does have an important error in recording the Yorktown surrender which was France's only moment of glory on over 500 years of fighting the English.

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