U.Va. Historian O’Shaughnessy Wins $50,000 Washington Book Prize

  O'Shaughnessy, who holds British and U.S. citizenship, told the story of the American Revolution through mini-biographies of 10 British generals.  (Photo: Jen Fariello)

Andrew Jackson O’Shaughnessy of the University of Virginia has won the prestigious George Washington Book Prize for his examination of British generals in the American Revolution, the prize’s trio of sponsors announced Tuesday at a black-tie event held at Mount Vernon, Washington’s historic home.

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Wednesday, 2014, May 21
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