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The story of Thaddeus Kosciuszko, an 18th-century Polish engineer who played a crucial role in the American Revolution. It was his plans for West Point that Benedict Arnold tried to sell to the British. Among figures in U.S. history, only George Washington has more statues in his honor.


  • Alex Storozynski A Pultizer-Prize-winning journalist and president of the Kosciuszko Foundation

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