U.S. History

Redcoats' Revenge: An Alternate History of the War of 1812

David Fitz-Enz

About the Program

Col. David Fitz Enz (USA-Ret), army officer for thirty years and author of a history of the battle at Plattsburgh, presents a fictional account about the War of 1812.  The author conjectures on what would have happened had the British won the battle of Plattsburgh on September 11, 1814 by sending the Duke of Wellington to lead the British army against the Americans and Major General Andrew Jackson. Col. Fitz Enz presents his book at Fort Ticonderoga in Ticonderoga, New York.

About the Authors

David Fitz-Enz

Col. David Fitz-Enz retired from the U.S. Army in 1993 after serving for thirty years.  He is the author of The Final Invasion: Plattsburgh 1814  that was the recipient of the Distinguished Writing Prize from the Army Historical Foundation.


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Redcoats' Revenge: An Alternate History of the War of 1812

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Past Airings

  • Sunday, February 14th at 5am (ET)
  • Saturday, October 31st at 10:30am (ET)
  • Saturday, October 17th at 9:15pm (ET)
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